Explore these ideas and more!

Explore related topics

Two Nerdy History Girls: From the Archives: For Royal Relaxing: The Prince of Wales Banyan, c. 1785

Two Nerdy History Girls: From the Archives: For Royal Relaxing: The Prince of Wales Banyan, c. 1785

Green silk banyon circa 1760

Mens banyan, ca 1760 England (ca silk), Cora Ginsburg. A banyan was a comfortable, warm, semi-fitted coat worn by fashionable men at home. They were inspired by coats worn in India which must have caught the interest of European traders.

Waistcoat with sleeves, England, early 18th century. Linen, lavishly embroidered with stylized floral motifs in coloured silk and metallic thread.

Waistcoat Date: early century Culture: British Medium: linen, silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length: 40 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1945 Accession Number:

Banyan (image 3) | French | 1760 | silk, linen | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1976.149.1

An overall interest in all things Eastern influenced textile designs and clothing styles of the eighteenth century. The banyan, a popular men's leisure garment, was inspired by East Indian styles of clothing

The Art of the Embroiderer

Oh, this would tempt any c lady to cross dress! Original Info: p-lanet-e-arth: Mans Jacket Beautiful Detail.

Presumably 19-early 20C. , but no further info or province noted. ALady nederlandse chintz - Google zoeken

Dutch dress made from "sitsen" (fabric designs influenced by oriental patterns brought back by Dutch seafarers from the East in the & century).

Detail waistcoat front, banyan, England, fabric: India for the Western market, 1760-1770. Hand mordant-painted and resist-printed cotton, quilted and with attached waistcoat fronts. Cotton, painted with running sprig pattern enclosing small sprays in blue, red and fawn; open centre front, sides wrapping over to fasten on opposite side with six tasselled cords, right over left.

Men's Banyan Hand mordant-painted and resist-printed cotton (hand woven in India), quilted and with attached waistcoat front.

1727-1730 French Coat and waistcoat worn by Tsar Peter II at the Moscow Kremlin Museums -

Waistcoat Date: early century Culture: British Medium: linen, silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Length: 40 in.

Male silk banyan with matching cap, Italy, 1720–1730 ©Abegg-Stiftung, CH-3132 Riggisberg (photo: Christoph von Viràg)

Male silk banyan with matching cap, Italy, ©Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg (photo: Christoph von Viràg)

A fine striped robe à la polonaise, French, 1770s Cinnamon and ivory satin stripes, with double engageants, English back, the interior with tapes and loops to form polonaise folds; with ivory satin stomacher covered with pinked ribbon rosettes; and a finely quilted ivory satin petticoat with overall lattice design and flowerheads within triangles to the hem; together with a modern choker made to match from Valenciennes lace and ribbon (4)   Kerry Taylor Auctions

A fine striped robe à la polonaise, French, of cinnamon and ivory satin stripes, with doub

18th century jacket

I think remodeled from earlier fabric British made from Indian Chintz From Lecture given by member of V&A team

Pinterest
Search