Anselm Fleckney, Earl of Mooresholm, pre-1820
A proper gentleman of mature years is prepared for attendance at court in full dress. He wears satin or velvet breeches, a high-cut single-buttoned tailcoat of striped Spitalfields silk, and a heavily-laced cravat. His costume is completed by a faille waistcoat, silk stockings, Spanish leather pumps, and a full tie-wig.
The original fashion illustration by Shakoriel was drawn and digitally painted with reference to 19th-century sources for historical accuracy.
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