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Caps and hoods. French fashion under Louis XIV.

Louis XIV fashion Caps and hoods. 17th century French costumes. Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri. Caps, hoods

Coiffes, Capuchons Louis XIV.

Caps and hoods. French fashion under Louis XIV.

L’HISTOIRE DU COSTUME FÉMININ FRANÇAIS. COlFFES, CAPUCHONS. LOUIS XlV – Planche 4.

  1. Mantille déshabillé de ville, en voile, garnie d’une large den telle i capuchon sur la tète noué d’un ruban sous le menton.
  2. Marquise de Rochebaron. Cornette de dentelle, avec hautes barbes.
  3. Mme Élisabeth, princesse Palatine. Toque entièrement garnie de plumes roses et blanches, plaque de pierreries devant et aigrettes.
  4. Fichu de soie brodé sur les bords d’une SOiE or et bleu, fond bleu ciel devant, ruché de den. telle ruban velours bleu,
  5. Dame en habit d’été, mantelet de dentelle avec capuchon, surmonté d’une cornette de dentelle garnie d’un flot de ruban.
  6. Dame de qualité. Robe rouge, broderie or dans le bas, traîne en satin bleu, corsage bleu fil d’or, Volant dentelle aux manches, Bonnet de dentelle Valenciennes avec picot au bord, ru bans rouges au corsage.
  7. Collet de dentelle de gaze rose carmélite mélangée tombant sur les épaules et formant capuchon sur la tête.
  8. Dame de qualité Bonnet fait de gaze rose avec rayures noires tombant en voile sur les épaules, coques de rubans rose plus soutenu,
    9 et 10. Tour de cou foulard en dentelle attaché par un ruban bleu. Tour de cou satin rouge avec rayures bleu roi.
  9. Marquise de Quiches (16941. Tour de cou de plume violet.

Gallery: Fashion under Louis XIV. The History of Female French Costume.

Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri
L’Histoire du Costume Feminin Francais
Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715

Robes fashion under Louis XIV.

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Robes, Louis XIV, fashion history, 17th century, baroque

Robes. Louis XIV. Planche 2.

Robes fashion under Louis XIV 1643-1715.

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Louis XIV fashion. Les Modes sous Louis XIV. Élégantes.

Baroque costumes. Louis XIV fashion. Les Modes sous Louis XIV. Élégantes.

French baroque costumes under Louis XIV 1643-1715.

French baroque costumes under Louis XIV 1643-1715.

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James Marquis of Hamilton 1624

James Marquis of Hamilton. England 17th century clothing. Baroque costume.

James Marquis of Hamilton 1624

James Marquis of Hamilton 1624

James Hamilton (1589-1625) was a Scottish nobleman and 2nd Marquess of Hamilton, son of John Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Hamilton and his wife Margaret Lyon. He has served since 1621, the office of Lord High Commissioner to the Parliament in Scotland and from 1624 to 1625 he was Lord Steward of the Household. At times, there was speculation about a marriage between James Hamilton and the Princess Elizabeth. The death of the Marquess to be rumored due to poisoning.

Mary Sidney Countess of Pembroke 1621.

Mary Sidney, Countess of Pembroke, England, 17th century, clothing, Baroque, costume, Headdress

Mary Sidney. Countess of Pembroke 1621.

Mary Sidney Countess of Pembroke 1621.

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James, Duke of Hamilton in 1649. English 17th century nobility.

James, Duke of Hamilton in Armor. England 17th century nobility. Baroque costume.

James, Duke of Hamilton 1649

James, Duke of Hamilton in 1649.

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Frances Howard, Duchess of Richmond 1639

Frances Howard, Duchess of Richmond. England 17th century clothing. Baroque Turdor costume.

Frances Howard, Duchess of Richmond 1639

Frances Howard, Duchess of Richmond 1639.

Frances Howard (1590-1632) was an English noblewoman. The procedure for cancellation her marriage to Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex with the aim of Robert Carr, to marry the 1st Earl of Somerset, caused a public scandal. Once it became clear that she was responsible for a murder in connection with the marriage plans with the Earl of Somerset, this sparked one of the greatest scandals of England in the Stuart time. Because James I pardoned her, she escaped the execution. The couple remained imprisoned in the Tower until 1622. After the release she lived withdrawn. Return to the court they were not allowed.

King Charles the First 1648. From the House of Stuart.

English King Charles I. England 17th century clothing. Baroque costume.

King Charles the First 1648

King Charles the First 1648.

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Lady Arabella Stuart, 1615.

Lady Arabella Stuart, 1615. England 17th century clothing. Tutor, Baroque costume.

Lady Arabella Stuart, 1615.

Lady Arabella Stuart, 1615.

Arbella Stuart (also Arabella, Arbelle) (1575 – 1615 at the Tower of London) was an English noblewoman, niece of Queen Mary Stuart, cousin of King James I., and a maid of honor to his wife, Queen Anne. About her grandmother Margaret Douglas, she was a great-granddaughter of English princess and Scottish queen Margaret Tudor and thus a distant relative of Queen Elizabeth. In Elizabeth’s last years, Arbella was regarded at home and abroad for a long time as a possible heir to the throne, as she was in contrast to Jacob of English birth. It was, therefore, on the orders of Elizabeth until her 27th age under the strict supervision of her Maternal grandmother, Bess of Hardwick held.

After her death was Arbellas name was equated with the pursuit of freedom and even democracy, mainly due to Jacob’s increasing unpopularity. Perhaps their destiny William Shakespeare Inspired to his play Cymbeline. The German dramatist Rudolf von Gottschall edited Arbellas life in 1877 in his play Arabella Stuart. Tragedy in five acts.

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham 1624

Charles Howard, Earl, Nottingham, England, 17th century, Tudor, fashion history

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham 1624

Charles Howard, First Earl of Nottingham 1624.

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George Digby, Earl of Bristol in 1677. English 17th century nobility.

George Digby, Earl of Bristol. England 17th century nobility. Tudor clothing. Baroque costume.

George Digby, Earl of Bristol 1677

George Digby, Earl of Bristol in 1677.

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