17-18th C Clothing for Men
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Available in Tan or Dark Brown.Order by your waist MEASUREMENT, not your modern size. Front fa..
Order by your waist MEASUREMENT, not your modern size. Flat pewter buttons. Button ..
40% off this pair of breeches only. Available for immediate shipment. S..
The Are of Tying the Cravat. Le Blanc. With illustrations. First printed in 1828...
The 9" X 60" cravat will wrap around the neck twice and tie with short tails.Dimensions may var..
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..
One pair in stock. Natural colored canvas. Over-the-knee or knee gaiters. The top two bu..
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...
These hat blanks are made from a durable, 100% wool felt, with wide brims of approximately 4-1/2" an..
Create your own custom style hat for that original and authentic look. Headgear varied widely,..
The finest quality Monmouth cap available. Hand knit of 100% wool yarn, by our craftsman here in Oh..
Tricornes, tricorns or tri-corns, (more correctly called a "cocked hat") were by far the most popula..
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