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Breeches Breeches

Short breeches of khaki brown cloth, with wide legs, found at Gunnister, Shetland

Breeches Breeches

Man's breeches in yellow chamois leather, with centre front button fastening, welt pocket on wearer's right and fall opening at front, centre back waistline with gusset insert and ties, legs extending to calf with short opening at each knee fastened by six buttons and a tie: probably British, c. 1790 - 1820

Breeches, uniform Breeches, uniform

Breeches from a Royal Company of Archers uniform of hard twill weave wool tartan in red, blue, yellow and white, lined in fustain with napped surface: c. 1750

Breeches, uniform Breeches, uniform

Breeches resembling those of a Royal Company of Archers uniform, of fine hard tartan in red, green, blue, yellow and white, lined with fustain, two buttons covered red and green silk. Mid to late 18th century

Breeches Breeches

Trousers of white cotton, with red cotton applique design imitating skeleton pelvis and legs, part of a Cham Dance skeleton costume worn by Tibetan Buddhist monks: Tibet, 19th - early 20th century AD

Breeches, man's / suit Breeches, man's / suit

Man's knee length breeches of brown corded silk, lined with linen and leater, with button fastenings and linen braiding at hems, part of a suit. Britsh, c. 1735.

Breeches, man's knee Breeches, man's knee

Knee breeches of black broadcloth lined with white cotton, part of a gentleman's costume worn by Thomas Coutts: probably English, c. 1800 - 1810

Breeches, boy's Breeches, boy's

Breeches for a boy's suit of floral patterned uncut brown silk velvet with lining of fustian, deep waistband and pockets: British, c. 1760 - 1775

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