17-18th C Clothing for Men
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This pair only. Available for immediate shipment, waist measurement 32-34", made for a 5'11" t..
10% off this pair of breeches only. Available for immediate shipment. Size 3..
Soft, light weight pigskin leather breeches are somewhat self-tailoring. These are reproductions of..
Knee length, mid-century style hooded coat. Unlined, heavy wool. Button at the shoulder. No working ..
The Are of Tying the Cravat. Le Blanc. With illustrations. First printed in 1828...
The 9" X 60" will wrap around the neck twice and tie with short tails.The 10" X 72" will wrap around..
The silk cravat folds naturally into tiny pleats just like those in 18th century paintings. A black..
A gentleman is known by the tie of his cravat. The silk cravat folds naturally into tiny pleats jus..
White 100% silk cravat is approximately 8" X 54". 7" deep lace ruffle on each end of the cravat. T..
Over-the-knee or knee gaiters. The top two button holes match on both sides so the gaiters can be bu..
Over-the-knee or knee length gaiters in supple, garment weight leather. The top two button holes ma..
Gaiters were a constant in colonial military or frontier dress. Introduced in 1701 during the Queen ..
Authentic copies of French-Canadian assumption weavings worn by French voyagers, called Jarretierrs...
Hand made, stylized replica, under the supervision of a Native American of Huron descent.&..
Feilidh-mor, Appropriate for Jacobite (and earlier) through French and Indian War. Made w..
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