Tailcoat of brown woollen cloth and waistcoat of white satin; 1810s-1820s, Russia; wool, velvet, silk, silken tape, linnen / Woman´s dress made of cream-coloured wool and silk; 1810s, Russia; wool with silk, coloured wool, weaving, décolleté with floral pattern, fabric or coloured wool along sides and border of neckline
Uniform of an officer of Preobrazhenski Life Guards Regiment; 1806-1808, Russia; cloth, gold thread / Woman´s dress made from cream-coloured muslin with shawl; 1810s, Russia; cotton fabric, hand-embroidered with white cotton threads with knot stitch, shawl of white wool, manufactured in Western Europe.
Tailcoat; 1830s, Russia; cloth, metal, velvet
Man´s waistcoat; 1840s-1850s, Russia; silk, linen
Frock coat; 1840s, Russia; Woollen cloth, silk tape ~ frock coats were worn together with black, checkered or dark-blue pantaloons with white stripes and straps, a waistcoat in a pale colour, a black cravat in the evening and a neck scarf of coloured ar checked silk in the day. Normally the frock coat was worn by members of the nobility and it was also permissible of well-educated merchants to wear them as well
Wedding attire of a working class; late 19th century, Russia ~ The dress is made from a patterned cotton fabric in 1886; The frock coat is made from clack cloth, the shirt from white cotton, collar and chest are hand-embroidered with cross-stitch in red and black cotton threads
Man´s shoes; 1910s, St. Petersburg/Russia; kid, leather