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  • Name of Tartan:
    Gadsden (Artefact)
  • ITI Number: 7889
  • Category: Portrait/artefact
  • Designer / Source: Charleston Museum
  • Date: late 1800s
Gadsden (Artefact)
  • Notes: From a waiscoat worn by Christopher Shultz Gadsden, grandfather of Mrs. A. Baron Holmes of Charleston, SC, who donated the late 19th century waistcoat (vest) to the Charleston Museum - double- breasted vest with four welt pockets. Tartan described as "dark blue, green and red," but the navy blue is so dark as to appear black. Thread count estimate only.
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