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Object Name: waistcoat  Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, England Date: 1850-60  Accession Number: 1947.854 Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Object Name: waistcoat Place of Creation: Europe, United Kingdom, England Date: Accession Number: Image Copyright: © Manchester City Galleries

Man's waistcoat   National Trust Inventory Number 1361138 Category 	Costume Date 	1850 Materials 	Taffeta Measurements 	 Place of origin 	 Collection 	Killerton, Devon (Accredited Museum)

Man's waistcoat National Trust Inventory Number 1361138 Category Costume Date 1850 Materials Taffeta Measurements Place of origin Collection Killerton, Devon (Accredited Museum)

Silk velvet plaid. Shawl collar, single button front, circa 1840

Man's Waistcoat (Vest) England, circa 1840 Silk cut and voided velvet on plain-weave foundation with supplementary weft-float twill patterning. At the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

Dress McFarlane tartan wool waistcoat.  Early 19th century.  David Sime creator, Edinburgh

Dress McFarlane tartan wool waistcoat. Early 19th century. David Sime creator, Edinburgh

Said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Man's sleeved waistcoat of yellow silk rep, embroidered with a floral design in silver thread.  Short tartan frock coat with velvet collar and cuffs and lined in wool twill and linen. Juxtaposed with a piece of Wilson of Bannockburn's version of the tartan which they called 'Culloden' .

Said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart. Man's sleeved waistcoat of yellow silk rep, embroidered with a floral design in silver thread. Short tartan frock coat with velvet collar and cuffs and lined in wool twill and linen. Juxtaposed with a piece of Wilson of Bannockburn's version of the tartan which they called 'Culloden' .

Жилет для обедов (домашних приёмов) 1850–59. США. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vest, Dinner Date: Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, leather (lining interior edge of waist).

Waistcoat with dark green and white horizontal stripes, c.1800-50 (silk & wool)

Waistcoat with dark green and white horizontal stripes, (silk & wool)

1850, America - Waistcoat - Silk cut and voided velvet, silk needleworked buttons, cotton plain weave lining and backing, brass-colored metal groments and buckle

America - Waistcoat - Silk cut and voided velvet, silk needleworked buttons, cotton plain weave lining and backing, brass-colored metal groments and buckle

Waistcoat Date: ca. 1860 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CF: 24 3/8 in. (61.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Frederick van Beuren Joy, in memory of Mrs. Jacob Harsen Halsted, 1983

Waistcoat Date: ca. 1860 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CF: 24 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Frederick van Beuren Joy, in memory of Mrs.

Waistcoat  (c. 1855)  Artist/s name UNKNOWN, Australia   Medium silk (velvet), cotton Place/s of Execution (Sydney), Australia Accession Number D291.a-b-1977 Credit Line National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Waistcoat (c. Artist/s name UNKNOWN, Australia Medium silk (velvet), cotton Place/s of Execution (Sydney), Australia Accession Number Credit Line National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

America - Man's waistcoat - Silk plain weave with warp- and weft-float patterning - love the different directions of the plaid.

Plaid Waistcoat