Laughing Moon #109 - Victorian Men's Frock Coat with Vests Sewing Pattern, 1850-1915. This item is from Farthingales in Canada. Price is set by Farthingales and includes our import costs. Victorian, Edwardian, Formal Day Wear, Wild West. Intermediate Skill Level. Sizes 34-58 included. Men's "Prince Albert" Double Breasted Skirted Frock Coat with Two Vests.
The Frock and Vest A are exact copies of an antique frock and matching vest circa 1880. Vest B is a copy of a cest circa 1850. The silhouette of all garments are appropriate for the time period 1850-1915. The frock coat is double breasted and can be buttoned on either side. The silk lining shows at the notched collar. It has tails at the back open to the waist and has inside pockets in both breast and in the tails. Vest A has a notched collar and four welt pockets on the outside and two inside pockets at the breast. The collar is "laid on" and does not go all the way around the back of the neck. Vest B has a shawl collar and two welt pockets. View B's collar goes all the way around the back of the neck. The back of both vests has a cinch belt. Coat Fabrics: Wools -- cheviot, herringbone, gabardine, worsteds, derge, broadcloth, twill, flannel or novelty weaves. Most period frocks will be in black, but other colors such as gray, blue or brown were used. For theatrical use, any bottom weight fabric. Coat Lining: Silk or poly satin, matte or shiny. Vest Fabric: Either matching or contrastin: patterned, striped, chcecked, plaid, satin, brocade, pique or novelty. Click the prompt below the photo to view the back of the pattern envelope.
Laughing Moon #109 - Victorian Men's Frock Coat with Vests Sewing Pattern, circa 1850-1915. Pattern includes sizes 34-58. Priced per pattern.