Salme Ateljee Esvee

Salme Ateljee Esvee

Salme Ateljee Esvee
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Detail, Man's Waistcoat, France, 1780-89, silk & linen. Two playful monkeys gather fruit from a palm tree beneath the pocket of this 1780s waistcoat. They are embroidered in coloured silks on an ivory ribbed silk. The design for this image, known as Les Macaques can be found in a pattern book of embroidery designs for waistcoats in the Musée Historique des Tissus, in Lyon, France, executed in watercolours.

Detail, Man's Waistcoat, France, 1780-89, silk & linen. Two playful monkeys gather fruit from a palm tree beneath the pocket of this 1780s waistcoat. They are embroidered in coloured silks on an ivory ribbed silk. The design for this image, known as Les Macaques can be found in a pattern book of embroidery designs for waistcoats in the Musée Historique des Tissus, in Lyon, France, executed in watercolours.

This is part of an uncut, embroidered waistcoat from 1780-95. The waistcoat would have been purchased in this form from an embroidery workshop, and a tailor would cut out the pieces then assemble and line the finished product to order. The top has a section of embroidery to be used for making the buttons. On the pockets and at the hem edge are scenes of monkeys drinking and playing musical instruments. In sixteen colors of floss silk.

This is part of an uncut, embroidered waistcoat from 1780-95. The waistcoat would have been purchased in this form from an embroidery workshop, and a tailor would cut out the pieces then assemble and line the finished product to order. The top has a section of embroidery to be used for making the buttons. On the pockets and at the hem edge are scenes of monkeys drinking and playing musical instruments. In sixteen colors of floss silk.

révolutionnaire/incroyable? 1790 by: Ateljee Esvee

révolutionnaire/incroyable? 1790 by: Ateljee Esvee

Original: Deutsche Tracht der Werther-Zeit (1880) Editing: Ateljee Esvee

Original: Deutsche Tracht der Werther-Zeit (1880) Editing: Ateljee Esvee

Coat, 1820s - sometimes called a Garrick or coachman's coat - love the many capes This particular garment was made for a WOMAN! INFOl View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30 ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel Description View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30, designed for a female wearer but apparently derived from a coachman's coat. From the Snowshill Collection at Berrington Hall. -- THIS PHOTO FROM http://www.ntprints.com/image/347004/view-of-a-wool-caped-coat-c-1820-30

Coat, 1820s - sometimes called a Garrick or coachman's coat - love the many capes This particular garment was made for a WOMAN! INFOl View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30 ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel Description View of a wool caped coat, c.1820-30, designed for a female wearer but apparently derived from a coachman's coat. From the Snowshill Collection at Berrington Hall. -- THIS PHOTO FROM http://www.ntprints.com/image/347004/view-of-a-wool-caped-coat-c-1820-30

Men's outfit with cashmere breeches, 1806.

Men's outfit with cashmere breeches, 1806.

Two Pair Men's Pants, America, Early 19th century. One pair silk long pants with wide fall front, bone buttons, high waistband with watch pocket, metal weights inside pant hem; a pair of c. 1810 linen "small clothes", two inked label patches "C.F. Cruft" & "No. 88"; also one linen remnant inked "Mr. Cruft's small clothes, 1810"

Two Pair Men's Pants, America, Early 19th century. One pair silk long pants with wide fall front, bone buttons, high waistband with watch pocket, metal weights inside pant hem; a pair of c. 1810 linen "small clothes", two inked label patches "C.F. Cruft" & "No. 88"; also one linen remnant inked "Mr. Cruft's small clothes, 1810"

Contemporary Makers: British Consul's Leather Breeches, Boston, 1790

Contemporary Makers: British Consul's Leather Breeches, Boston, 1790

Costume parisien.....♡(ᵕ̤ૢᴗᵕ̤ૢ)♡

Costume parisien.....♡(ᵕ̤ૢᴗᵕ̤ૢ)♡

1800-1815 American or European Silk Vest - Metropolitan Museum of Art

1800-1815 American or European Silk Vest - Metropolitan Museum of Art