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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 via The State Hermitage Museum. Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread.

Coat and waistcoat worn by Peter II, 1727–1730 made in France.  Silk velvet and silk taffeta with silver embroidery    The heavy, mono-chrome embroidery is typical of Russian costume during this time.  The large cuffs are really more baroque than rococo.

French Coat and waistcoat worn by Tsar Peter II, Moscow Kremlin Museums, decorated in silver embroidery, worked separately then applied to the velvet and taffeta, rather than embroidered directly onto the coat and waistcoat.

Circa 1850 dress! Love how the bertha was done out of the print. Very nice!

1851 Back - Two-piece ball gown (bodice and skirt) in silk taffeta machines' . _____ The bodice is closed by a lacing on the back.

Day dress ca. 1865. Three-piece cream silk de chine taffeta with tiny black windowpane & warp-printed floral patterns. Bodice has fringed teal taffeta trim. Dress has a belt with large peplum and an undecorated skirt with buckram hem band. Whitaker Auctions

Three-piece cream silk de chine taffeta with tiny black windowpane warp-printed floral patterns. Bodice has fringed teal taffeta trim. Dress has a belt with large peplum and an undecorated skirt with buckram hem band.