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Hat

Description: Calotte of brown fur felt with beige feathers in the shape of bows in front by temples. Veil of brown net. Brown grosgrain headband; unlined. Crown stamped: "Marquis / by / Flechet / Body Made in France"
Date: 1050/1959
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Embroidered waistcoat

Description: Men's waistcoat of white silk with multicolored silk floral embroidery. High neckline, sleeveless, center front closure with buttons of self. Along center front, neckline, bottom hem, and angled shallow hip pockets is floral embroidery in dark pink, greens, yellow, and blue creating stylized sprays and leaves at regular intervals, with smaller repeating motifs on an angled grid along all front. Back of waistcoat of white cotton.
Date: 1750/1789
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Vest

Description: Long waistcoat of green silk satin with supplemental weft stripe and supplemental warp creating the effect of floral embroidery. Self-covered buttons are hidden under front placket. Crescent shaped pockets have scalloped flaps. Backed in green and white striped fabric.
Date: 1750/1760
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of openwork wood interwoven with pink, blue, and white ribbon. Three applied oval paper figurals: two female at sides with center scene of three figures gardening(?).
Date: 1770/1800
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of plain, unadorned wood. Paper leaf lithographed with figurals of “Louis Doule”, “Louis Seize” and “Henri Quatre”.
Date: 1775/1800
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Purse

Description: Purse of multicolored Bargello needlepoint. The envelope-style purse is covered in silk embroidery in greens, blues, reds, pinks, black, etc., in the Florentine Bargello, edged in green wool. On one side, under flap, is rectangular section with monogram FH and date 1775 worked in embroidery. Opens to reveal 2 separate compartments, lined in green homespun wool. Silk embroidery is disintegrating to reveal canvas ground.
Date: 1775
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of plain, unadorned wood. Paper leaf colored lithographed with line of musical score and lyrics across top, French text, and figural scene. Titled “Allégorie sur les États Généraux”.
Date: 1789
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of plain, unadorned wood. Paper leaf lithographed with French text and clerical scene of nuns and monks. Titled “Le Déménagenent du Clergé”.
Date: 1789
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Mitts

Description: Mitts of ecru knitted silk. Below wrist-length. Thin openwork band along upper edge of fingerless section and of upper edge of the half-thumb. From base of palm to lower edge are bands of openwork borders, and a wide band of "checkerboard" openwork.
Date: 1800/1920
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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