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English Silver Neck Stock Buckle with Pastes c. 1770(Victoria & Albert Museum)

English Silver Neck Stock Buckle with Pastes c.

Such a Handsome Coat  Men’s Velvet Coat  1873-1875    The Victoria & Albert Museum

Cotton velveteen, lined with silk, wool twill and cotton, edged with wool braid. As the frock coat became formal daywear in the a more informal style of coat, called the morning coat was introduced.

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Naomi Campbell walks into the Victoria & Albert Museum after posing for pictures during a photocall for the ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty Gala’

Embroidery detail. Court suit, ca. 1765-1770. The Victoria & Albert Museum

Gentleman's court suit, French circa comprising: dark brown velvet tailcoat with magnificently embroidered and irridescent paste studded flowerheads and foliage, matching breeches and satin waistcoat

Prince Albert, Consort of Queen Victoria He's a handsome German fellow. My favorite. @Hannah Jones

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel; later The Prince Consort; 26 August 1819 – 14 December was the husband of Queen Victoria

https://flic.kr/p/8v9PWx | Faed, Thomas (1826-1900) - 1867 The Poor, The Poor Man's Friend (Victoria and Albert Museum, London) | Oil on canvas.  Tom Faed was born in Kirkudbrightshire, Scotland in 1826, the son of James Faed, a Millwright. He was educated at the School of Design Edinburgh, and became an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1849. In 1852 he moved to London, where he became rapidly successful - he was also very handsome. Faed became ARA in 1859 and RA in 1864. He was…

Faed, Thomas - 1867 The Poor, The Poor Man's Friend (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)

The Jerome Gregory Coach Clock, 1660-70 Clock Watch Silver, 1660-70 The Victoria & Albert Museum The handsome timepiece features a silver case engraved by Hallam with a sea battle during the Anglo-Dutch wars. The movement by Jeremie (or Jerome) Gregory of the Royal Exchange. London, about 1660-70. Larger than a typical pocket watch, this object would still have fit neatly in a gentleman’s pocket,

The Jerome Gregory Coach Clock, 1660-70 Clock Watch Silver, 1660-70 The Victoria & Albert Museum The handsome timepiece features a silver case engraved by Hallam with a sea battle during the Anglo-Dutch wars. The movement by Jeremie (or Jerome) Gregory of the Royal Exchange. London, about 1660-70. Larger than a typical pocket watch, this object would still have fit neatly in a gentleman’s pocket,

Rock crystal and enameled silver pendant, 1650-75. The Dame Joan Evans Rock Crystal Pendant. The Victoria & Albert Museum.

Pendant composed of rock crystal triplets (two layers of stone with a layer of red coloured material between), rock crytal and glass, set in enamelled silver, made in Western Europe, Museum Number

"Portrait of an Unknown Young Boy" by Mary Beale (late 17th century) at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - There's something about this boy that just immediately caught my attention, although I can't put my finger as to what exactly.  He is a handsome young lad, I'll concede that much, but I think this portrait's captivating quality has more to do with how vivid it looks than anything - it really looks like he's looking out at the viewer.

Portrait of an unknown young boy

Mary Beale Portrait of a Boy Oil on canvas, x cm Victoria and Albert Museum

Essential Art Deco  Author: Ghislaine Wood The glamour, vibrancy, and high style of the Art Deco age comes to life in this handsome companion to the "Art Deco 19101939" exhibition, on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and soon to travel through North America.

Essential Art Deco Author: Ghislaine Wood The glamour, vibrancy, and high style of the Art Deco age comes to life in this handsome companion to the "Art Deco 19101939" exhibition, on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and soon to travel through North America.

"Portrait of Arthur Wellesley, later 1st Duke of Wellington" by Richard Cosway (1808) at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This portrait of Arthur Wellesley, later 1st Duke of Wellington, and one of the most well-known faces of the early 19th century, is testament to Cosway's ability. It is a face marked by character, full of bird-like analogies--the eagle-eye and hawk-nose--self confident, but handsome rather than predatory."

Portrait of Arthur Wellesley, later 1st Duke of Wellington

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington, Richard Cosway, V Images/Victoria and Albert Museum

© Victoria and Albert Museum. Illustration, by Eric Ravilious (Print On Demand) from the V & A Code VA825578 Illustration, by Eric Ravilious (1903-42), showing a train and an aeroplane, from the publication The Handsom Cab and the Pigeons, by L.A.G Strong (1896-1958). Wood engraving. UK, 1935.

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Captain Thomas Read by Kauffman, Angelica 1780 "This painting portrayed Captain Thomas Read (1762-1837) the twin brother of Sir John Read, 6th Bart. of Skipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire."

Captain Thomas Read

Captain Thomas Read Guards Regiment by Angelica Kauffmann, Victoria and Albert Museum