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  • Waistcoat (England), late 18th–early 19th century

    Short waistcoat in reddish-pink satin with small, dark green cut velvet repeating buds in a heart-shaped framework. Printed cotton facing to fronts in multi-colored stripes and white lotus shapes. Undyed…

  • Waistcoat, 18th century

    Man’s coat of white cotton, lined with white linen, with deep cuff ornamentation, all of white quilting with sections of punched work and embroidered French knots. The design is an…

  • Waistcoat, 1740–50

    Gentleman’s embroidered waistcoat with embroidered decoration of fruits and vines at center front bottom and pocket area.

  • Waistcoat, ca. 1795

    Men’s double-breasted waistcoat with high standing collar, cut straight at the waist. Waistcoat is patterned with stripes, and is comprised of the colors brown, peach, and cream. There are seven…

  • Waistcoat (France), 1785–90

    Gentleman’s waistcoat with standing collar, straight hem edge and pocket welts, with ten worked buttonholes and covered buttons, lined with twill. Embroidered in twenty-five colors of silk floss and chenille…

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