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Design from a collection of 'original designs for French textile fabrics, chiefly Lyons silks and printed cottons.

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Design from a collection of 'original designs for French textile fabrics, chiefly Lyons silks and printed cottons.

Unmade waistcoat  (c. 1800)  Artist/s name (FRANCE) (manufacturer)   Medium silk Place/s of Execution (France) Accession Number D70-1970 Credit Line National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Unmade waistcoat (c. Artist/s name (FRANCE) (manufacturer) Medium silk Place/s of Execution (France) Accession Number Credit Line National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Scrapbook of Designs for Embroidered Waistcoats

Scrapbook of Designs for Embroidered Waistcoats, Fabrique de Saint Ruf , Lyon, Pen and ink

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Embroidery design

Drawing, Design for Embroidered Waistcoat of the Fabrique de St. Ruf, ca. 1785

Drawing, Design for Embroidered Waistcoat of the Fabrique de St. Ruf, ca.

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Frockcoat Pocket ~ Embroidery detail of Suit ~ ~ French ~ silk ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Detail waistcoat, France, embroidery in knot, stem, & satin stitches using 25 colors of silk; satin stitch in metal-wrapped silk; depicts Dido & Aeneas in scene from Didon. The opera premiered in Paris Dec 1783

Книга "600 Decorative Floral designs". Всё в ажуре))). Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Книга "600 Decorative Floral designs". Всё в ажуре))). Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Fabrique de Saint Ruf | Scrapbook of Designs for Embroidered Waistcoats | The Met

Scrapbook of waistcoat designs dating to This may have been for a tailor’s workshop, or it might have been something that a shopkeeper would have had in his shop to show customers.

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Design from a collection of 'original designs for French textile fabrics, chiefly Lyons silks and printed cottons.

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