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These two “paisley” vests belonged to Charles Manigault (1795-1874), probably c. 1840. One shows a fairly traditional boteh pattern and is printed while the other is woven with an elaborate repetition of “exotic” temples. The paisley one has corded edging and pocket openings; the temple vest has a woven tape binding on the edges and pockets. The paisley example has covered buttons, the temple one has 8 small brass buttons.

These two “paisley” vests belonged to Charles Manigault (1795-1874), probably c. 1840. One shows a fairly traditional boteh pattern and is printed while the other is woven with an elaborate repetition of “exotic” temples. The paisley one has corded edging and pocket openings; the temple vest has a woven tape binding on the edges and pockets. The paisley example has covered buttons, the temple one has 8 small brass buttons.

WOOL PAISLEY SHAWL, 19th C   Long rectangle w/ black center, colorful tabbed end borders, 132" X 64", (small stain, minor moth damage) goog; t/w a red open field square w/ paisley border, field (moth damaged)poor, border good.

WOOL PAISLEY SHAWL, 19th C Long rectangle w/ black center, colorful tabbed end borders, 132" X 64", (small stain, minor moth damage) goog; t/w a red open field square w/ paisley border, field (moth damaged)poor, border good.

Date:      mid-19th century  Culture:      American  Medium:      wool, linen  Dimensions:      Length at CB: 20 in. (50.8 cm)

Date: mid-19th century Culture: American Medium: wool, linen Dimensions: Length at CB: 20 in. (50.8 cm)

THREE GENTLEMAN'S VESTS, 19th C   1 c. 1830 speckled brown velvet w/ woven blue & red silk plaid, shawl collar, 3 welted pockets, brown glazed cotton back w/ laces, Ch 35", CF L 18.5", (1.5" tear above left pocket); 1 1850s cotton brocade in gray ombre stripe w/ coral paisley design, choc

THREE GENTLEMAN'S VESTS, 19th C 1 c. 1830 speckled brown velvet w/ woven blue & red silk plaid, shawl collar, 3 welted pockets, brown glazed cotton back w/ laces, Ch 35", CF L 18.5", (1.5" tear above left pocket); 1 1850s cotton brocade in gray ombre stripe w/ coral paisley design, choc

Circa 1830 Tail coat, American, wool, silk. Length at CB: 41 in. (104.1 cm).  Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Circa 1830 Tail coat, American, wool, silk. Length at CB: 41 in. (104.1 cm). Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1800 tartan wool banyan lined in bottle green silk Christies

Regency Fashion: Banyan, a man’s dressing gown

1800 tartan wool banyan lined in bottle green silk Christies

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