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Shirt | American | The Met

Shirt | American | The Met

1790s or later Shirt. One fabric covered wire button is at the bosom slit which otherwise laces. Buttons on wristband cannot be seen but are likely set to take sleeve buttons since the left sleeve shows a button whole on the bottom. This shirt is labeled "O R" with a one below in red. Accession Number: 2006.132 at the MET

1790s or later Shirt. One fabric covered wire button is at the bosom slit which otherwise laces. Buttons on wristband cannot be seen but are likely set to take sleeve buttons since the left sleeve shows a button whole on the bottom. This shirt is labeled "O R" with a one below in red. Accession Number: 2006.132 at the MET

Shirt | American | The Met

Shirt | American | The Met

Traveling through history of Art...Mary, Countess of Howe, detail, by Thomas Gainsborough, 1763.

Traveling through history of Art...Mary, Countess of Howe, detail, by Thomas Gainsborough, 1763.

Scarlet satin shoes, Great Britain, 1775-1785. Red satin, decorated with white satin, tapered Louis heel, Sharp toe, flax lining. All borders are covered with white satin ribbon. Buckles missing. Shoe icons. http://eng.shoe-icons.com/collection/object.htm?id=973

Scarlet satin shoes, Great Britain, 1775-1785. Red satin, decorated with white satin, tapered Louis heel, Sharp toe, flax lining. All borders are covered with white satin ribbon. Buckles missing. Shoe icons. http://eng.shoe-icons.com/collection/object.htm?id=973

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Dress, France, circa 1780-1785.  Embroidered pekin, silk.  Inv. 29796 Musees des Tissus et des Arts Decoratifs de Lyon

Dress, France, circa 1780-1785. Embroidered pekin, silk. Inv. 29796 Musees des Tissus et des Arts Decoratifs de Lyon

Worsted & Silk Frock Coat, 1775-85 A comfortable coat worn for work and informal occasions. Everyday men's wear is rare. The pointed back collar first appeared in men's dress in the late 1770s. Meg Andrews - Antique Costumes and Textiles

Worsted & Silk Frock Coat, 1775-85 A comfortable coat worn for work and informal occasions. Everyday men's wear is rare. The pointed back collar first appeared in men's dress in the late 1770s. Meg Andrews - Antique Costumes and Textiles

Knitted black mitts with vertical openwork bands; black cord trim at finger and thumb openings, fringe at arm opening; flap lined with black silk satin.

Knitted black mitts with vertical openwork bands; black cord trim at finger and thumb openings, fringe at arm opening; flap lined with black silk satin.

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