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Childs Dress Outfit
Traditional Scottish outfit for a child, British, 1870s
[Hat] Child's dress hat for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Waistcoat] Child's dress waistcoat for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Jacket] Child's dress jacket for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Kilt] Child's dress kilt for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Tartan] Child's dress tartan for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Sporran] Child's dress sporran for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Socks] Child's dress socks for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
Waistcoat, reversible, embroidered navy wool and pigskin, probably Switzerland, 1930s
coat and hat set
Overcoat and bonnet, maker unknown, UK, 1055-1960
[coat] Girl's overcoat part of a two piece set. 100% wool of a woven pattern of cream, baby blue and pink; fully lined; White Heather, Great Britain, 1955- 1960m
Suit, black wool coat, waistcoat and trousers, blue and pink woven acetate shirt and black silk belt, Jean-Paul Gaultier, designed in France, made in Italy, 1994.
Suit, wool coat, grey silk waistcoat and breeches, white cotton shirt and tie, Vivienne Westwood, England, ca. 1995.
Suit ensemble, aubergine coat, blue wool trousers, cotton shirt, silk waistcoat, tie and black leather belt, Yves Saint Laurent, designed in France, made in Italy, ca. 1995.
Coat, black leather with buckles, Gianni Versace, Italy, 2000-2001.
Suit ensemble, coat and belt, shirt, waistcoat, tie and trousers, and plimsols, Comme des Garçons, designed in France, made in Japan, 1995.
[Shirt] Belt, light blue cotton, Comme des Garçons, designed in France, made in Japan, 1995
Tex, China, 21st century. Robe and belt, silk mix velvet.
Dress and coat ensemble
Dressing gown, silk velvet, with chiffon under-dress, and gold lame belt, by Lucile, France, 1920s.
Pair of gloves
Pair of kid leather gloves, France, 1914
Theatrical ensemble of open over-gown, waistcoat, shirt, gown, belt, chain, bag and sash, worn by Henry Irving as Shylock in 'The Merchant of Venice', at the Lyceum under his own management in 1879. Costume designed by Sir John Gilbert.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, hat, breeches and boots, worn by Henry Irving in the role of Lesurques, in C. Reade and T. Taylor's 'The Lyons Mail', 1877.
Theatrical ensemble of tunic, under-doublet, tights and shoes worn by Henry Irving in the role of Hamlet, for his 1878 revival.
Theatrical ensemble of tunic, underdoublet, tights, boots, armhole cloak, mantle and sections of fur worn by Henry Irving as Hamlet, 1874, at the Lyceum under Colonel Bateman's management.
[breeches] Pair of black sateen trunks or shorts. Gathered into the waistband. The fly-front closing with four buttons. With six further buttons on the waistband. All buttons are metal and are stamped 'Best Ring Edge'.
Black cut-velvet coat, apparently used by Seymour Lucas as a basis for his design for Irving's black coat worn in Lord Byron's 'Werner' in 1887.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat and stock, worn by Henry Irving as Fabien dei Franchi in the last act of D. Boucicault's 'The Corsican Brothers', 1880, at the Lyceum under Irving's own management.
Theatrical ensemble of doublet, breeches, boots and tights, worn by Henry Irving as Benedick in 'Much Ado About Nothing', 1882.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat and breeches worn by Henry Irving's double in 'The Bells' by Leopold Lewis, 1871, at the Lyceum, under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical costume of coat, waistcoat, breeches and shoes, worn by Henry Irving as Mathias in 'The Bells' by Leopold Lewis, 1871 at the Lyceum under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical ensemble of doublet, two cloaks, breeches, two lace collars and a pair of boots worn by Henry Irving as Charles I in the 1879 revival of the 1872 production of 'Charles I' by W.G. Wills, at the Lyceum under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical ensemble of cloak, jacket, breeches and baldric worn by Henry Irving as Charles I in 'Charles I' by W.G. Wills, 1872, at the Lyceum under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat, breeches, single glove and shoes worn by Henry Irving as Robert Macaire in "Robert Macaire", 1883 and 1888.
Theatrical ensemble of frock coat, waistcoat and breeches, worn by Sir Henry Irving in 'Robespierre' by V. Sardou, 1899
Theatrical ensemble of waistcoat, breeches and coat worn by Sir Henry Irving as Doricourt in Mrs Cowley's 'The Belle's Stratagem' , at the Lyceum, 1876, under Mrs Bateman's management.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat, breeches and sword worn by Sir Henry Irving as Doricourt in Mrs Cowley's 'The Belle's Stratagem', at the Lyceum in 1876 under Mrs Bateman's management.
[sword] Thin rapier style sword with separate scabbard (S.2717:5-2010) used by Sir Henry Irving as Doricourt in 'The Belle's Stratagem' (1876)
Waistcoat with black watered silk fronts and a plain black silk back, designed by Tommy Nutter, England, 1970s
Waistcoat of embroidered silk, possibly made in England or France, 1790-1800
Embroidered satin rank badge lined with silk, China, 19th century
Blue silk velvet maternity dress, lined with blue silk satin, 1865-1879
dress and belt
Boy's dress and belt of blue and green plaid silk, trimmed with blue velvet, the dress fastening to the right side of the front; England, ca. 1861
Boy's brown silk suit with buff waistcoat, made in England ca 1700-1740
Boy's suit, velveteen jacket, waistcoat and breeches with a satin evening waistcoat, made by Samuel Brothers of Ludgate Hill, England ,1880-1890
Miniature cloth doll representing a negro man, dressed in 18th century style (pink coat, black breeches, white stockings white and gold brocade waistcoat)
Babys first shirt
White lawn, lace-edged and with a band of embroidery at the neck front, made in UK ca. 1864
White lawn with bands of machine embroidery and lace insertion; English, c.1880
Double-breasted style with leather buttons
Brand: TeVeCe; Tweed, brown, velvet collar, British, c.1965
Evening ensemble, black satin and velvet with feathers, Givenchy, Paris, 1968
Little girl's dress of cream-coloured net and ivory silk decorated with cream-coloured braid and embroidery, with a deep 'cape' collar which covers the upper arms; made in Europe ca. 1927
Little girl's dress of cream-coloured net and ivory silk trimmed with lace, pin-tucks and braid insertion, made in Europe, ca. 1928
Collection of dolls clothing
[bonnet1] Straw stained black, trimmed with navy blue velvet and black feathers, with a bow of black ribbed silk and a metal buckle; lined with black cotton.
[bonnet2] Straw stained black; trimmed with black or very dark blue velvet and black and mid blue ribbed silk; black elastic chin strap.
[fan] Bone with painted green silk backed with cream silk and topped with green feathers; joined with a nail and a loop of gold coloured metal from which hangs a green silk tassle.
[nightdress] White linen with hand made open cutwork panels around neck and cuffs and down front. front fastening on right side with buttons.
Girl's dress and cape of silk, made in England, ca. 1860
For a girl: cream wool/ silk blend with embroidered trimming, double round collar, triple buttons; England, ca. 1905
For a child: embroidered cream coloured silk; made for Gorringe's department store; England, 1908
Blue-black velvet with a round neck, puff sleeves and dropped waist; embroidered in moss green wool and old rose silk; UK, ca. 1880-1885
Girl's party dress, silk lined with cotton and embroidered, England, ca. 1890
Black velvet, decorated at the front with silk covered buttons, England, 1825-1875
Boy's dress of black velvet trimmed with blue/ green plaid silk and cut steel buttons; made in England, ca.1868
White cambric with an embroidered crown and lace edging, made in England about 1850
Pair of baby shoes, pale green ribbed silk, decorated with floral ribbon; made in England in 1881
Costume for the Prince in scene 3 in Petipa's ballet The Sleeping Princess designed by Leon Bakst, Diaghilev Ballet, 1921.
Costume for a Page in Fokine's ballet Le Pavillon d'Armide, Diaghilev Ballet, 1909.
Velvet suit worn by Gary Glitter.
Pair of dance shoes, probably worn by a dancer with Genée Company.
Small marionette made by the Mayhew Puppet Theatre of a young man in 18th century costume. He has a carved and painted, hands, legs and feet and is wearing a blue hat which is of painted plaster, integral to the head. He wears a dark blue cotton jacket trimmed with gold braid, blue breeches and a light blue cotton waistcoat with a gold, red and yellow pattern down the front. He has a white jabot and cuffs made from organdie ribbon. British.
Indian dance costume worn by Uday Shankar. Jacket and trousers of Royal blue velvet decorated with silver embroidery and sequins
Indian dance costume worn by Uday Shankar. Collar, trousers and jacket of green velvet decorated with silver embroidery and sequins
Dress and belt
Jersey dress designed by Jean Muir, and leather belt designed by Harrison & Young for Jean Muir, London, early 1983
Waistcoat of embroidered silk with silk and gold threads, China, 1862-1874
Villemen for Jeanne Paquin, Hiver 1911. Blue and black silk dinner or reception dress with harem hem, trimmed with coloured embroidery, lace and worn with big black hat.
1 of 157 fashion designs for Winter, 1911.
Jeanne Paquin, Été 1912. Title cut away. Midnight blue dress with white sailor collar and cuffs trimmed with deep blue buttons and braid, black hat with white feathers.
1 of 60 fashion designs for Summer, 1912.
Jeanne Paquin, Été 1913. White summer dress with blue embroidered stripe and red flower detail, blue and white striped sailor collar and cuffs. Lace-brimmed hat.
1 of 61 untitled fashion designs for Summer, 1913.
Met, China, dress accessories
Hood (tori kabuto) of lacquered leather, Japan, before 1909
Collar of cotton and silk lace, Philippines, 19th century
Wedding skirt of embroidered silk satin with silk, cotton and silver-gilt threads, China, late 19th century.
Embroidered satin skirt lined with silk damask, China, 19th century.
Child's Jacket of silk embroidered in gilt paper strips and gold thread, Japan, early 19th century
Robe, silk damask with embroidery in floss silks, China, Qing dynasty, 19th century
Coat of embroidered silk satin with metallic thread, China, late 19th century
Robe of embroidered silk satin, China, mid 19th century
Woman's robe of damask embroidered with silk threads, China, ca. 1880
Woman's robe of silk satin embroidered with silk threads, China, ca. 1880
Women's informal court robe of silk satin embroidered with silks, China, 19th century
Blue damask embroidered with diaper pattern of leaves, yellow collar and sleeves lined in purple.; Tex, China, embroidery
Sword, steel, with silver and gilt ornament, Bhutan, 19th century
Sword knot, gold lace silk, Madras
Waistcoat of embroidered velvet with silver thread and sequins, probably made in Rajasthan, 19th century-20th century
Waistcoat of cotton satin embroidered with gilt thread, probably made in Rajasthan, 19th century-20th century