London, South Kensington
4 December 2007
A SUPERB GREEN SILK COURT COAT, LATE 18TH CENTURY
the silk woven with a black spot, and lavishly embroidered with naturalistic motifs including wheatsheaves and roses in polychrome silks, the lapels and turned-back cuffs embellished with flat worked buttons, with a high standing collar; together with an associated waistcoat of cream silk satin embroidered in polychrome silks in a floral motif, second half 18th century (2)
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