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

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Coiffe, Capuchons. Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715

L’Histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous Louis XIV 1643-1715. – Planche 4. Coiffes. Capuchons.


  • 1 Mantille déshabillé de ville, en voile, garnie d’une large dentelle, 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, rubans 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.
  • 11 Marquise de Quiches (1694). Tour de cou de plume violet.



Note:  Louis XIV and the officers in the livery of the royal house.

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