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Late 19th Century Waistcoat Culture: American Medium: silk velvet

Late 19th Century Waistcoat Culture: American Medium: silk velvet

Man's waistcoat  American, 1850s  United States  DIMENSIONS  Overall: 59.6 x 46.5cm (23 7/16 x 18 5/16in.) Center back: 59.6cm (23 7/16in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Silk plain weave with warp- and weft-float patterning

Man's waistcoat American, 1850s United States DIMENSIONS Overall: 59.6 x 46.5cm (23 7/16 x 18 5/16in.) Center back: 59.6cm (23 7/16in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk plain weave with warp- and weft-float patterning

Man's waistcoat, late 19th century, American: silk velvet (Philadelphia Museum of Art collection)

Man's waistcoat, late 19th century, American: silk velvet (Philadelphia Museum of Art collection)

Antique Clothing: #1690 Boy's silk suit, late 18th century at Vintage Textile

Antique Clothing: #1690 Boy's silk suit, late 18th century at Vintage Textile

French boy's silk waistcoat and breeches, c.1800-1820

French boy's silk waistcoat and breeches, c.1800-1820

Object Name: waistcoat  Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, England Date: 1850-60  Accession Number: 1947.854 Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Object Name: waistcoat Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, England Date: 1850-60 Accession Number: 1947.854 Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Man's winter waistcoat Date: ca. 1775 Media: Embroidered Silk Satin, Cotton, Wool Flannel Lining Country: France Accession Number: 2005.96.1 Winter waistcoat of white silk satin with overall and border embroidery of polychrome flowers and foliage. Small stand collar, 10 embroidered self buttons. Backed in white cotton and lined with cream wool flannel.

Man's winter waistcoat Date: ca. 1775 Media: Embroidered Silk Satin, Cotton, Wool Flannel Lining Country: France Accession Number: 2005.96.1 Winter waistcoat of white silk satin with overall and border embroidery of polychrome flowers and foliage. Small stand collar, 10 embroidered self buttons. Backed in white cotton and lined with cream wool flannel.

Man’s green velvet vest, c. 1830. Gold and silver thread embroidery creates a stunning floral vine. Throughout the 19th century, men wore elaborate vests as a matter or style and fashion. This vest was worn by William Seabrook (1799-1860), son of Sea Island cotton magnate, William Seabrook and Mary Ann Mikell. From the collections of the Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina.

Man’s green velvet vest, c. 1830. Gold and silver thread embroidery creates a stunning floral vine. Throughout the 19th century, men wore elaborate vests as a matter or style and fashion. This vest was worn by William Seabrook (1799-1860), son of Sea Island cotton magnate, William Seabrook and Mary Ann Mikell. From the collections of the Charleston Museum, Charleston, South Carolina.

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