Featured Projects
Examples of projects using Kochan & Phillips Historical Textiles
Preobrazhensky Life Guard c1709.
constructed from Scarlet and Bottle Green Broadcloth using documentary sources and extant items in Peter the Great's Wardrobe.

Boris Megorsky, St Petersburg, Russia.


Private, Independant Company, Pennsylvania 1755.

Photo Rob Long, figure made by Gerry Embleton
TMAG  for the Clash of Empires Exhibition, (Pittsburgh 2005, Canadian War Museum and the Smithsonian).  Now on permanent exhibition at the Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center.

63rd Foot Drummer's coat in Bottle Green Broadcloth with Mock Scarlet facings and Serge lining; images of front, lapel detail and three-quarter rear.

Royal Artillery coat, British Blue and Mock Scarlet Broadcloth and Mock Scarlet Serge lining.  Views of the front and detail of the tail.

Various reconstructions by Joel Bohy, from Concord, Mass, USA

63rd Foot Light Infantry Coy; Front and Tail detail showing Bay for lining;  47th Foot Coat.

52nd Foot Light; Front and Tail detail again showing Bay for lining.

Civilian coat; Front showing Golsing Green Superfine body and Buff Superfine Shalloon lining and Cuff detail showing Death's Head buttons made by Heidi Breeden.

Reconstructions by James Kochan of various War of 1812 Subjects; Pte of 104th Foot using Madder and Pale Buff Broadcloth and Serge lining; RN Jolly Boat crew in Kersey jackets and Royal Marine Pte in Madder and British Blue Broadcloth and Bay lining, Officer in Scarlet Superfine and Shalloon lining and RN Sailor in Kersey jacket.

Neal Hurst, Tailor, of Williamsburg, Va, USA

Livery Suit for a servant of George Washington's Household c1760. Made for Mt Vernon National Historic Site. Researched from original accounts of the Washington household.  Using K & P Natural Superfine Broadcloth, Scarlet Superfine Broadcloth for Breeches and Collar, and Scarlet Shalloon for lining. Details of the bespoke Livery Lace and the Tail Pleats.


95th Rifle Regiment Sgt's Greatcoat.
Made by Mrs Amanda Blake from Regulation Mixture Kersey, post 1811 Infantry Greatcoat pattern drafted by K&P Historic textiles.