French baroque and rococo wigs. 18th century fashion.

French baroque wigs. Rococo wigs. 18th century fashion. Allonge wigs

French wigs

French baroque and rococo men`s and women`s wigs

No.1. Wig with two tails.
No.2. Bag wig.
No.3. Square wig.
No.4. Newly growing wig.
No.5. An abbé wig
No.6. Woman`s wig
No.7. Wig à catogan
No.8. French wig, perruque à la brigadière
No.9. Knotted wig

(From Diderot`s Encyclopaedia)


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