Broderies. Les modes sous Louis XIV. Costume Feminin Francais.

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Broderies. Dentelles. L’Histoire du Costume Feminin Francais. Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715.

Broderies. Dentelles. L’Histoire du Costume Feminin Francais. Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715. – Planche 9

  1. Mantelet de dentelle.
  2. Corsage de dentelle, manche en lingerie, terminée par un large volant de dentelle bordure de cygne à l’encolure.
  3. Corsage en lingerie petits plis et à jours. Broderie au poignet.
  4. Gant en dentelle de Chantilly.
  5. Broderie jaune et bleue sur fond bleu ciel (1694).
  6. Déshabillé du matin en lingerie.
  7. Ombrelle en dentelle fond rose, frange noire.
  8. Broderie rouge et jaune, fond orange.
  9. Duchesse de Roquelaure, Mantelet de dentelle avec frange au bas.
  10. Ceinture et bas de ro be en broderie fond vert olive, broderie amarante et or.
  11. Bas de jupe d’une grisette, fond gris j broderies rouge et noir.
  12. Broderie fond argent, dessins rouges.
  13. Broderie de robe fond vert amande et rose, fleur beige cœur noir; bordure avec gros cabochons noirs.

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