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Coat 1780, French, Made of silk

Coat (at the Metropolitan Museum of Art) French Medium: silk Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Trust Gift, 1986 Accession Number:

Suit  Date:     ca. 1770 Culture:     British Medium:     silk, cotton Dimensions:     Length at CB (a): 39 in. (99.1 cm) Length at CB (b):  Accession Number:     C.I.66.37.1a–c

1770 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 39 in. cm) Length at CB (b): Accession Number:

Coat, 1750–99

Coat Date: Culture: probably French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 34 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Julian Clarence Levi, 1966 Accession Number:

Suit (image 1) | French | 1775-1780 | silk, metallic | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: C.I.60.22.1a–c

Suit Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 42 in. cm) Length at Side Seam (b): 25 in. cm) Length at CB (c): 23 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of International Business Machines Corporation, 1960 Accession Number:

Frockcoat, fourth quarter of 18th century, French, silk. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Frockcoat, fourth quarter of century, French, silk. (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art for the music recital

Men’s waistcoat,silk,metallic thread  3rd quarter of the 18th century  metropolitan museum

Waistcoat Date: third quarter century Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic Dimensions: Length at CB: 32 in.

1800  This ensemble is typical of men’s court dress at the end of the 18th century. Although the most formal style of dress worn, it was not the most fashionable. By 1800, rich fabrics and embroidery were no longer in style for men’s suits. The standing collar, curving coat fronts and waistcoat style are also old fashioned, representing the cut and shape seen in the 1780s.

Court coat and waistcoat

Court coat and waistcoat Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) Scotland, Great Britain (possibly, made) .

Waistcoat, English, 1730-39. Silk satin, silver thread, spangles, silk thread; hand-sewn and hand-embroidered.

Waistcoat

Waistcoat made in England, Great Britain or France during the with: Silk satin, silver thread, spangles, silk thread; hand-sewn and hand-embroidered. This richly-embroidered satin waistcoat demonstrates the lavishness of court dress during the

Court suit, France, fourth quarter 18th century. Dark blue and pale blue striped silk, lavishly embroidered with naturalistic flowers in coloured silk.

- Court suit, France, fourth quarter century. Dark blue and pale blue striped silk, lavishly embroidered with naturalistic flowers in coloured silk.

coat, ca. 1789-1792

Coat Date: Culture: French Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB: 45 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Trust .

Martin - ślub Zuri

Suit, British, mid c. On exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Date: century Culture: British Medium: silk, linen Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 51 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 31 in. cm) Length at CB (c): 33 in.

Court Coat  1775-1789  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Court coat - 1775 - British - The abundance of silver decorations used to adorn the jacket would have sparkled in flickering candlelight and indicated the status of the wearer who could afford such an expensive garment.

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