17 juillet 2013

Jerkin, Doublet & Doublet Half, 16th & early 17th century

Jerkin, early 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Doublet, 1650-1665. The Victoria & Albert Museum Jacket, 1610-1615. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Doublet Half, 1600. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Doublet Half, 1600. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
19 juillet 2012

Man's jacket labeda of glazed and quilted cotton. Nepal, early 20th century

Man's jacket labeda of glazed and quilted cotton. Nepal, early 20th century. Museum number: IS.79-1988. Victoria & Albert Museum © V&A Images This distinctively cut jacket is worn as Nepalese court or official wear, paired with trousers of the same material. A similar form also occurs with sleeves. This jacket is made of an unusual glazed cotton fabric, quilted all over and with a larger, geometric quilted pattern forming a border. The origin of this style of garment is unclear,... [Lire la suite]
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19 juillet 2012

Baju, Jacket, tailored from Coromandel Coast cloth in Sumatra, second half of the 19th century

Baju, Jacket, tailored from Coromandel Coast cloth in Sumatra, second half of the 19th century. Cotton, block-printed mordant-dyed, resist-dyed, and painted, height 112cm. Given by Mary Hunt Kahlenberg. Museum number: IS.100-1990. Victoria & Albert Museum © V&A Images A tailor in Sumatra made this man's jacket (‘baju’) from cotton cloth produced on the Coromandel Coast of India. The majority of Indian trade cloths were designed and used as untailored garments. Some, such as this example, were made... [Lire la suite]
19 juillet 2012

Jacket. China, 1920's.

Jacket. China, 1920's. Purple, cut velvet trimmed with black biais-cut satin. Height: 64.2 cm, Width: 134 cm. Museum number: T.5-1911. Victoria & Albert Museum © V&A Images Jacket (gua).For a woman or a man. More likely for a man. Right-side fastening (6 black silk loop and knot buttons) in the pipa style closure, waist-length, long and tight sleeves. High stiffed collar in fashion during the 1920's. Purple self-patterned cut velvet ( floral motifs and lattice-pattern). A black biais-cut satin... [Lire la suite]
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23 juillet 2008

A late 18th/early 19th century man's court costume

A late 18th/early 19th century man's court costume To include, in outstanding condition: a navy jacket, breeches both with decorative metal buttons, the jacket has a hair bag and rosette to the back of neck, with later lace to cuffs and cravat, a cream silk waistcoat brightly embroidered in colourful silks, a black bicorne hat, stocking, and a pair of shoe buckles. (6). Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000 (Copyright © 2002-2008 Bonhams 1793 Ltd., Images and Text All Rights Reserved) Bonhams. Costume, Embroideries,... [Lire la suite]
23 juillet 2008

An 18th century man's embroidered coat

An 18th century man's embroidered coat On cream silk satin, with ornately worked embroidery in coloured silks and metallic threads of floral designs and metal thread covered buttons, the jacket has been cut through the middle to be shortened. Estimate: £250 - 350  (Copyright © 2002-2008 Bonhams 1793 Ltd., Images and Text All Rights Reserved) Bonhams. Costume, Embroideries, Textiles, Lace & Fans, 29 Jul 2008. Knowle - www.bonhams.com


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