Rhinegraves

Rhinegraves are a form of breeches which were popular from the early 1660s until the mid-1670s in Western Europe. They are very full breeches gathered below the knee. Usually an overskirt was worn over them which was decorated with ribbon loops around the waist and around the knee. Where the knee was gathered, a large frill of lace and stocking to...
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rhinegraves

wide breeches worn by men in the mid-17th century in Europe. The breeches were probably named for Karl Florentin, Rheingraf von Salm. Not unlike a ... [1 related articles]
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