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http://www.meg-andrews.com/item-details/Brocade-Jacket/7515    Brocade Jacket  1775-85

Brocade Jacket of ivory twill weave silk woven with tied tassels and small sprays of flowers

Caraco, late 18th century, fabric: c. 1750. Yellow Chinese silk brocaded with exotic flowers in multicoloured silks.

Pierrot jacket: jacket late century, silk ca. Chinese Silk, sleeves lined with printed cotton.

Caraco/jacket, c18th century (1770s?), Sweden. Cream silk brocaded with multicolored floral motifs, fabric trimming, pink silk lining. For back, see other pin.

Caraco, Sweden, Cream silk brocaded with multicoloured floral motifs, fabric trimming, pink silk lining.

31-10-11  French Casaquin  c 1790    or Jacket of earlier brocaded silk with sprays of flowers in corals, peach, green, ivory silks on a silvery/ivory ground woven with small repeat spot motif, the front with large square neck, front opening, the linen lining with eyelet holes to both sides, the bottom squared and with a pleated frill edged with pale pink silk, three quarter shaped sleeves, the back with wide gussets narrowing to the waist and splaying out to the skirt, edged with…

French Casaquin or Jacket of earlier brocaded silk with sprays of flowers in corals, peach, green, ivory silks on a silvery/ivory ground wo.

Imatex - you can see piecing on the back tabs.  Interesting ribbed silk textile with pattern matching.  Gorgeous!

Imatex - you can see piecing on the back tabs. Interesting ribbed silk textile with pattern matching.

Brocade jacket, 1775-85. Made of ivory twill weave silk woven with tied tassels and small sprays of flowers (all in crimson, yellow, mid blue and green and cream silks) over a background of arched sprays of flowers. With large scoop neck, short bodice with three quarter shaped sleeves with back sleeve joins. The back with double boning, seams from back hem to mid sleeve, pleated lower edge with hand made lace. Two different weaves of linen used for lining, one for main body and one for…

Brocade jacket, 1775-85. Made of ivory twill weave silk woven with tied tassels and small sprays of flowers (all in crimson, yellow, mid blue and green and cream silks) over a background of arched sprays of flowers. With large scoop neck, short bodice with three quarter shaped sleeves with back sleeve joins. The back with double boning, seams from back hem to mid sleeve, pleated lower edge with hand made lace. Two different weaves of linen used for lining, one for main body and one for…

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