Featured is a long 18th century vest made of a woven solid red fabric. 12 antique bronze crest shank buttons adorn the front of the waistcoat. Back is a black linen with a matching sash and is lined with a black poly/cotton blend. The back sash keeps it snug over a shirt. The waistcoat is a staple for any musketeer, privateer, pirate or colonial wanting to make a show and can be worn alone or with many other styles of costume and historical clothing.
This late 1600's to early 1700's aesthetic clothing was meant to be worn under a coat but definitely not limited to. Popular with the renaissance goers for the diversity of the vest. Whether you're looking to dress as a pirate, colonial settler, or even a musketeer, this piece is a great start to an extravagant adventure. This vest is sure to find a lasting place within your collection. Measurements (these are estimated finished garment lengths and may vary slightly). Handcrafted from beginning to end in our home port of Virginia.
Difference in back length to front length is approximately 9.5".
Spot clean or dry cleaning recommended.
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