officer's sleeved waistcoat or vest 1680-1715
Officer's aleeved waistcoat as worn under the coat. Reconstructed from period civilian extant specimens, and made of superfine cloth, velvet or silk, lined with twill silk or fine linen. Available either plain, with worked metal thread buttonholes, or braided down the fronts and around sleeve openings. It can be made in any colour for most European armies and also civilian wear.
Only made to measure.