77 objects are associated with this tag.
Child's suit made of green material, comprising of military style shirt and trousers, 1970s
[Shirt] Green military style shirt made for a child, made in Finland, 1970s
[Trousers] Green trousers made for a child, no label, possibly homemade, 1970s
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
Soft toy figure
Soft toy felt soldier figure made in Germany by Steiff in about 1912
Glove puppet of Sir Clod, made by Paul Hansard in 1983 and used in his puppet play Dick Turnip in 1984. Given by Paul Hansard.
Glove puppet of Jean Parmine, made by Paul Hansard and used in his puppet play Sweeney Todd in 1988. Given by Paul Hansard.
Glove puppet of Sir Percy Blakeney, made by Paul Hansard and used in his puppet play The Scarlet Pimpernel in 1982. Given by Paul Hansard.
Glove puppet of Twinkletoes, made by Paul Hansard in 1939 and used in his puppet play Sausages1971. Given by Paul Hansard.
Cape, resist-dyed silk crêpe, designed by Takuya Sawada at Takuya Angel, Japan, 1996
Glove puppet of Mr. Punch, made by Paul Hansard in 1939 and used in his puppet play Sausages, 1971. Given by Paul Hansard.
Skirt for an emperor's military robe, silk tapestry (kesi), with metal studs and silk lining, China, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1662-1722).
Sleeveless jacket for an emperor's military robe, silk tapestry (kesi), with metal studs and silk lining, China, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1662-1722).
Theatrical ensemble of doublet, under-doublet and breeches, worn by Henry Irving as Iago in William Shakespeare's 'Othello' in 1881, at the Lyceum, under his own management.
Theatrical ensemble of doublet, breeches, tights and cap, worn by Henry Irving as Benedick in 'Much Ado About Nothing', at the Lyceum under Irving's own management in 1882.
Brown velvet smoking jacket with black and beige braiding, worn by Henry Irving as Digby Grant, in Two Roses, revival production, 1882
Theatrical ensemble, coat, waistcoat, trousers and slippers, worn by Henry Irving as Digby Grant in Two Roses by James Albery, 1870, Act I.
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 jacket, waistcoat, shirt, trousers and necktie worn by Henry Irving as Corporal Brewster in "Waterloo" by A. Conan Doyle, 1895.
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)
Sailor suit, three garments, made by 'Naval Outfitter Frank Williams The Arcade Portsmouth', England, 1910-1920.
Child's dungarees, pink and white cotton; OshKosh brand made in the USA, about 1984
Black and white photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson depicting a soldier in Nanking (Nanjing), alongside two men laughing in plain robes. China, 1949.
Lady's summer robe, silk gauze with supplementary patterning, China, Qing dynasty, 19th century
Robe cover of woven jute, China, 19th century
Jacket for a woman, blue hemp with metal buttons. Hong Kong, 1950-1970.
Coat and dress
Coat and dress of gabardine, designed by Emanuel Ungaro, Paris, 1966
Waistcoat made of printed velvet, England, ca. 1840
Petticoat/underskirt of white cotton and machine woven, made in England, 1860
embroidered linen, 1885c, English; Chideock, Dorset. Metal buttons, Bridport
Man's waistcoat, navy wool with metal buttons, Workers for Freedom, Great Britain, 1980s.
Man's jacket, black wool with metal buttons, Tommy Nutters, London, England, ca. 1970
Tabard and hat
Fancy dress costume of a hat and tabard in silk satin, with decorations by Crane, Townsend, Raven-Hill, Griffenhagen and Pennel, Great Britain, 1897
Pair of gloves
Pair of cream kid leather gloves
Jacket and dress
Wool mohair tweed 'Kanimura' jacket and dress with attached bodice of printed silk organza 'Chanel no 11', designed by Coco Chanel, woollen textile by Ascher Ltd., France, 1964
Woman's suit, jacket and skirt, brown leather screenprinted with silver bees and chrysanthemums, pattern designed by Sally MacLachlan, designed by Bill Gibb, London, Autumn-Winter 1972.
Screen-printed leather coat, designed by Bill Gibb, pattern designed by Sally MacLachlan, London, 1972
Skirt suit. Blue wool jacket with metal buttons, white blouse and skirt of blue and white tweed.
Day ensemble consisting of a dress and jacket made of machine-sewn wool, designed by André Courreges, Paris, 1965
Part of bag consisting of fragment of back and front flap decorated with metal buttons and stitching.
Glove puppet of the Clown. Punch and Judy figure made by Albert Smith. English, late 19th - early 20th century
Glove puppet of the Beadle. Tickner Exemplary Punch and Judy figure, made by Fred Tickner. English, ca.1975
Costume designed by Alix Stone for Sherrin in Richard Rodney Bennett's opera The Mines of Sulphur, Sadler's Wells Opera, 1965
Cream waistcoat fastened with 6 metal buttons, Great Britain, 1810-20
Hunting coat with M-notch lapels and domed metal buttons, Great Britain, 1810-20
Red hunting dress coat with tails, fastened and decorated with engraved metal buttons, Great Britain, 1900-20
Red hunting dress coat with tails, fastened and decorated with engraved metal buttons made by Henry Corlett, London, 1920
Boys highland or scotch suit
Boy's Highland or 'Scotch' suit; UK, about 1918
[Tailcoat] Tailcoat made of bronze velvet. Belt on back with metal buckle.
[Dress] Long sleeveless made of bronze velvet. Low cut neckline, 16 metal buttons down the front.
Evening ensemble consisting of embroidered silk velvet jacket and skirt, designed by Schiaparelli, Paris, 1938.
Clockwork toy pig with rider
Made by Charles Marsh, English; about 1870
Twinset of cardigan and waistcoat, woman's, black Lurex, Yves Saint Laurent, late 1960s
Boy's suit; Chinese, 1885-90
Action man outfit
Action Man Outfit; English/Hong Kong; 1975-84
Rayon velvet evening 'Cruella de Vil' coat, designed by Selina Blow, Great Britain, originally designed in 1993 and remade in 1997
Cardigan of woven dishcloth-cotton with metal buttons, designed by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, United Kindgon, 1982.
Coral-coloured ensemble of silk and cotton, Bill Gibb, Britain, ca. 1975
Jacket and skirt
Day suit consisting of a jacket and skirt in textured-woven wool, designed by Coco Chanel, France, 1960
Grey herringbone wool suit, designed by Digby Morton, English, autumn 1942
red and orange card, printed in colours to show the titles, maker's details and illustrations of the character; sealed in cellophane
designed to fit 7in. characters
contains a school uniform, white blouse with red tie, red felt beret with white C, dark blue skirt with straps, metal buttons and lace trim, dark brown satchel
Stainless-steel mesh handbag with metal and leather, designed by Nathalie Hambro, England, 1997