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Knee buckle, 1770-1810 American

Knee Buckle Marked by S. Date: Culture: American Medium: Silver

Shoe Buckle  Date: 1770–1810 Medium: Silver plate on copper

Shoe Buckle Date: Medium: Silver plate on copper

Shoe Buckle Joseph Richardson Jr. (1752–1831) Date: 1770–1800 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: Am...

Date: Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Silver, steel

Knee Buckles, American, Silver, 1730-1775

Knee Buckle Marked by B. Date: Culture: American Medium: Silver

Knee Buckle, Silver and Paste,  1730-1775

Knee Buckle Date: Culture: American Medium: Silver

V&A Knee buckle Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: 1762-1768 (made)

Knee buckle

V&A Knee buckle Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: (made)

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Knee buckle

Knee buckle Date: ca. 1770 (made)

Shoe Buckle Date: 1770–1810 Medium: Silver plate on copper Dimensions: 2 7/8 x 2 in. (7.3 x 5.1 cm) Classification: Metal

Shoe Buckle Date: Medium: Silver plate on copper Dimensions: 2 x 2 in. x cm) Classification: Metal

Pair of knee buckles  Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made)  Date: early 19th century (made)  Artist/Maker: unknown (production)  M...

Pair of knee buckles

Pair of knee buckles Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: early century (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) M.

1780 British Stock buckle at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia - In the 18th century, the stock was the most formal form of men's neckwear there was.  Consisting of a densely pleated strip of fabric, it was placed around the neck and then fastened in place by a buckle like this one.  Ironically, while the buckle was almost completely hidden by a man's hair or wig, it would still be a decorated piece in its own right.

1780 British Stock buckle at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Buckskin breeches

Buckskin breeches

Shoe Buckle  Date: 1770–1810 Culture: American Medium: Silver

Shoe Buckle Date: Culture: American Medium: Silver

Knee buckle, gold, London, England, ca. 1780.  Rich, John, V Knee buckles were one of the few pieces of jewelry worn by men.

Knee buckle

Knee buckle - Rich, John - c.

1811-1812. Gold or silver buckles for shoes were in fashion for most of the 18th century. They gave the finishing touches to elegant dress and were one of the few pieces of jewellery worn by men as well as women. Gentlemen wore matching shoe and knee buckles.

Shoe buckle

Gold or silver buckles for shoes were in fashion for most of the century. They gave the finishing touches to elegant dress and were one of the few pieces of jewellery worn by men as well as women. Gentlemen wore matching shoe and knee buckles.

Stock Buckle | American | The Met Accession Number:33.120.198

Stock Buckle | American | The Met Accession Number:33.120.198

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