Skjoldehamn trousers/Skjoldehamn Tunic (970-1050) Norway (click link for pattern) http://slezanie.pl/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/u11.jpg
Kaibo sonshinzu -- The fact that the bodies used in scientific autopsies in Edo-period Japan generally belonged to heinous criminals executed by decapitation adds to the grisly nature of the illustrations.
Scientific engravings from 1850 by John Philipps Emslie (via the Wellcome Collection) I move to give John Philipps Emslie his own posthumous Tumblr, like now.
This section is from the book "Scientific American Reference Book. A Manual for the Office, Household and Shop", by Albert A. Hopkins, A. Russell Bond. Also available from Amazon: Scientific American Reference Book Copyright, 1904, by Munn & Co.
Dietland Wolf pastel ceramics
"Speechless" - the Japanese just nail it sometimes - Fukami Sueharu | Porcelain with celadon glaze, 2004