Costume de Dame de Cour sous le regne de Louis XVI, 1779.

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Costume de Dame de Cour sous le regne de Louis XVI, en esag’e pour les bals de la Reine en 1774, 1775 et 1776

Costume de Dame de Cour sous le regne de Louis XVI, 1779.

Costume de Dame de Cour sous le regne de Louis XVI, en esag’e pour les bals de la Reine en 1774, 1775 et 1776 adopté pour le role de la Marquise de Lenoncourt dans le drame intitule la bataille d’Ivry éxécuté a Lyon par le Sr. P. N. Sarrazin Costummier de la Famille Royale.

Court Lady under the reign of Louis XVI, for the balls of the Queen (Marie Antoinette) in 1774, 1775 and 1776 adopted for the role of the Marquise de Lenoncourt in the drama entitled The battle of Ivry executed in Lyon by Sr. P. N. Sarrazin Costummier of the Royal Family.

Designed by Claude-Louis Desrais (French, 1746–1816), Engraved by Nicolas Dupin (French)

Source: Gallerie des Modes et Costumes Français. 18e. Cahier des Costumes Français, 12e Suite d’Habillemens à la mode en 1779.

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