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1780-1810, China (woven), Italy (made) - Banyan and waistcoat - [waistcoat] Silk, cotton, silk thread, hand-woven and hand-sewn  [banyan] Silk, silk thread, gold thread, hand-woven and hand-sewn

1780-1810, China (woven), Italy (made) - Banyan and waistcoat - [waistcoat] Silk, cotton, silk thread, hand-woven and hand-sewn [banyan] Silk, silk thread, gold thread, hand-woven and hand-sewn

Banyan and waistcoat made from a Chinese dragon robe, Italian, 1780-1810. Courtesy Victoria and Albert Museum, CC BY NC.

Banyan and waistcoat made from a Chinese dragon robe, Italian, 1780-1810. Courtesy Victoria and Albert Museum, CC BY NC.

Waistcoat  National Trust Inventory Number 1210551 Date	1740 - 1820 Collection	Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk (Accredited Museum)

Waistcoat National Trust Inventory Number 1210551 Date 1740 - 1820 Collection Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk (Accredited Museum)

Robe d'intérieur (ou banyan) de Jacques Vaucanson, dite « chasuble de Vaucanson » Taffetas, six lats de broché non liés. H. 148,5 cm ,  l. (aux épaules) 57 cm ; (en bas du vêtement) 141 cm (oeuvre) Paris , vers 1770-1780 MT 2015.1.1. Achat en vente publique Daguerre , 2015 Oeuvre exposée , Musée des Tissus

Robe d'intérieur (ou banyan) de Jacques Vaucanson, dite « chasuble de Vaucanson » Taffetas, six lats de broché non liés. H. 148,5 cm , l. (aux épaules) 57 cm ; (en bas du vêtement) 141 cm (oeuvre) Paris , vers 1770-1780 MT 2015.1.1. Achat en vente publique Daguerre , 2015 Oeuvre exposée , Musée des Tissus

1750-1800, England (woven) and the Netherlands (made) - Banyan - Wool, cotton, silk

1750-1800, England (woven) and the Netherlands (made) - Banyan - Wool, cotton, silk

Coat (Banyan)  1730-1750; fabric (1730s)  Artist/s name FRANCE   Medium silk brocade, silk thread and wood (buttons) Place/s of Execution France Accession Number D19-1970 Credit Line National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Coat (Banyan) 1730-1750; fabric (1730s) Artist/s name FRANCE Medium silk brocade, silk thread and wood (buttons) Place/s of Execution France Accession Number D19-1970 Credit Line National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1740-1770, India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk

1740-1770, India (fabric), the Netherlands (made) - Dressing gown - Painted cotton, wool, silk

Banyan, silk damask woven in China for export, made up in Europe, possibly in Britain or the Netherlands, 1720-1750 (made) (back view)

Banyan

Banyan, silk damask woven in China for export, made up in Europe, possibly in Britain or the Netherlands, 1720-1750 (made) (back view)

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