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©Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust. A Reproduction (1) Corset from the 1890s made by The Costume Project team. Notice the beautiful stitch detail on the corset.

A Reproduction Corset from the made by The Costume Project team. Notice the beautiful stitch detail on the corset.

Breakfast Potato Volcanoes: replace eggs w egg whites

Breakfast Potato Volcanoes: replace eggs w egg whites

Waistcoat, 1750–60. Cooper Hewitt.

Gentleman's ivory silk waistcoat with an all-over painted pattern of small pink flowers on a blue curving vine, with a border of roses on a yellow lattice at the neck edge, center front, lower edge, and pockets.

Waistcoat  National Trust Inventory Number 1349025 Date	1780 - 1790 Collection	Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Waistcoat National Trust Inventory Number 1349025 Category Costume Date 1780 - 1790 Materials Textile Measurements Place of origin Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

GENT'S LEATHER RIDING BREECHES, EARLY 19thC White leather, mid-calf length with very long rise, narrow 5" fall front, suspender buttons, leather ties at calf below knee buttons, ivory and m1890-1920 of pearl buttons, (minor discoloring) excellent.

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Killerton Fashion Collection © National Trust / Sophia Farley and Renée Harvey

Man's waistcoat National Trust Inventory Number 1359455 Date 1770 Materials Metal, Silk Place of origin Collection Killerton, Devon (Accredited Museum)

18th Century Breeches 1770s von ThePeriodTailor auf Etsy

Eighteenth Century Men’s breeches: Became a bit fuller and loose below the waist. They were cut to the knee length and when a coat was on, they were not very noticeable. They also had buttons on the sides for closing or opening them.