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Ceremonial Costume of Peter I   Wardrobe of Peter I   Berlin   Germany. 1720s	  Broadcloth, silk, metal thread, linen and wool; embroidery. L.: caftan 114, trousers 76, camisole 90 cm   Source of Entry:   State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad. 1941

Ceremonial Costume of Peter I Wardrobe of Peter I Berlin Germany. 1720s Broadcloth, silk, metal thread, linen and wool; embroidery. L.: caftan 114, trousers 76, camisole 90 cm Source of Entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad. 1941

Coat and waistcoat, Germany, mid 18th century. Red ribbed wool decorated with gold metallic braid, cream wool lining.

Coat and waistcoat, Germany, mid 18th century. Red ribbed wool decorated with gold metallic braid, cream wool lining.

GENTS FRENCH METALLIC EMBROIDERED WOOL COAT, 1774 - 1792.

GENTS FRENCH METALLIC EMBROIDERED WOOL COAT, 1774 - 1792.

Coat, c. 1750-1760. Pale blue silk damask. Tumblr

Coat, c. 1750-1760. Pale blue silk damask. Tumblr

Ceremonial Attire of Peter I, 1710-1720  Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm  Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm  Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread:

Ceremonial Attire of Peter I, 1710-1720 Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread:

Costume from the opera "Manon"(Tomás Alcaide). 20thC. Museu Nacional do Traje

Costume from the opera "Manon"(Tomás Alcaide). 20thC. Museu Nacional do Traje

c1800 Court coat and waistcoat. Silk, cotton and chenille. This ensemble is typical of men’s court dress at the end of the 18th century. Although the most formal style of dress worn, it was not the most fashionable. By 1800, rich fabrics and embroidery were no longer in style for men’s suits. The standing collar, curving coat fronts and waistcoat style are also old fashioned, representing the cut and shape seen in the 1780s.  http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O137623/court-coat-and-unknown/#

Court coat and waistcoat

c1800 Court coat and waistcoat. Silk, cotton and chenille. This ensemble is typical of men’s court dress at the end of the 18th century. Although the most formal style of dress worn, it was not the most fashionable. By 1800, rich fabrics and embroidery were no longer in style for men’s suits. The standing collar, curving coat fronts and waistcoat style are also old fashioned, representing the cut and shape seen in the 1780s. http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O137623/court-coat-and-unknown/#

A gentleman's embroidered green velvet court coat and matching ivory satin waistcoat, French, circa 1790, heavily embellished with floss silk flowerheads and foliage; together with a pair of later black satin breeches

A gentleman's embroidered green velvet court coat and matching ivory satin waistcoat, French, circa 1790, heavily embellished with floss silk flowerheads and foliage; together with a pair of later black satin breeches

Habit à la française, frock coat, waistcoat and breeches, France, 1804-15 Figured silk velvet, straight stitch embroidery

Habit à la française, frock coat, waistcoat and breeches, France, 1804-15 Figured silk velvet, straight stitch embroidery

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