An Elegant Tambour Pattern for a Waistcoat Shaded properly for Working

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Title

An Elegant Tambour Pattern for a Waistcoat Shaded properly for Working

Subject

men's clothing

Description

Pattern in the Lady's Magazine. This hand-coloured pattern, shaded to indicate colours for the maker, is unique among those published in the magazine. Only one hand-coloured image – a fashion plate which you can visit on our sister site Fashion in the Age of Bridgerton – was produced for the periodical before this. No subsequent needlework patterns in the magazine were hand-coloured, leaving shading choices to makers.

Creator

The Lady's Magazine (1770-1832)

Source

The Lady's Magazine, vol. 3 (Robinson, 1772)

Publisher

G. Robinson

Date

April 1772

Contributor

Jennie Batchelor

Rights

Bayerische Staatsbibliotek, per. 123 m-3(a)

Format

paper pattern

Language

English

Type

paper embroidery pattern

Identifier

LM651

Citation

The Lady's Magazine (1770-1832), “An Elegant Tambour Pattern for a Waistcoat Shaded properly for Working,” The Lady's Magazine (1770-1819): Patterns of Perfection, accessed December 8, 2022, https://ladysmagazine.omeka.net/items/show/181.