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Man's Morning Gown (Banyan)  Date:     1735–40  Culture:     British  Medium:     silk  Credit Line:     Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1981  Accession Number:     1981.208.2

Man's Morning Gown (Banyan) Date: 1735–40 Culture: British Medium: silk Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1981 Accession Number: 1981.208.2

Étui, 1774-1775 France, Gold.  Made to hold sealing wax, which was purchased as a stick. One end of the wax stick would be heated until it begins to melt, at which point it would be dabbed onto a folded letter to seal it. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Étui, 1774-1775 France, Gold. Made to hold sealing wax, which was purchased as a stick. One end of the wax stick would be heated until it begins to melt, at which point it would be dabbed onto a folded letter to seal it. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Regency mans pants - - -  The costume pants for my spice might benefit from this kind of back lacing, at least...

Regency mans pants - - - The costume pants for my spice might benefit from this kind of back lacing, at least...

Very Dapper even if not fussy - By the 1850's, with the Industrial Revolution booming, gentlemen were too busy to fuss with their clothes; the flowing cravat was trimmed back to a modest, narrow bow tie.

Very Dapper even if not fussy - By the 1850's, with the Industrial Revolution booming, gentlemen were too busy to fuss with their clothes; the flowing cravat was trimmed back to a modest, narrow bow tie.

Tricorne hat  National Trust Inventory Number 1349858 Date	1775 - 1800 Materials	Wool Collection	Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Tricorne hat National Trust Inventory Number 1349858 Date 1775 - 1800 Materials Wool Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

"1770s Gentleman's Banyan - Belonging to George IV " "It dates from between 1770-1780. It is made of a beautiful Indian cotton printed with a floral design very typical of the late 18th century. The fabric has been quilted for extra warmth"

"1770s Gentleman's Banyan - Belonging to George IV " "It dates from between 1770-1780. It is made of a beautiful Indian cotton printed with a floral design very typical of the late 18th century. The fabric has been quilted for extra warmth"

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