Étoffes. Les Modes sous Louis XIV. Costume féminin français.

Étoffes, Modes, Louis XIV, Costume, féminin, français,
Étoffes. Les modes sous Louis XIV, 1643-1715

ÉTOFFES. L’Histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous Louis XIV 1643-1715. Planche – Planche 10


  1. Ras de Sicile, lamé argent sur fond brun, 8 francs l’aune (1.18).
  2. Tablier taffetas rose, volant froncé tout autour, poche avec volant.
  3. Velours fond or, sur trame bleue, fleurs rouges, granité peluche, feuilles vertes.
  4. Tissu de soie, fond jaune, feuillage blanc, fruits mauves.
  5. Tissu de Marseille, fond chamois, fleurs roses, feuilles vertes.
  6. Tissu fond vermillon, dessins blancs.
  7. Fond vert véronèse, fleur rose, étoffe de soie.
  8. Tissu fond blanc ivoire, fleurs roses et jaunes, ruban rose dégradé, feuilles vertes.
  9. Dame en habit d’été, robe bleu roy, à dessins noir et jaune paille, passementerie noire au corsage. Bouton jaune paille, coiffure bleue et jaune.
  10. Velours café, dessins chamois.
  11. Étoffe de soie fond pourpre, motifs blancs, milieu de robe avec perles et cabochons.
  12. Corsage velours rose, bandes bleues brodées rose. Col de dentelle, manche lingerie bordée dentelle.
  13. Corsage de taffetas jaune citron, bande rose vif autour, col de dentelle, manches lingerie volant den telle.
  14. Tissu damas orange sur fond blanc, pour l’hiver.



Note:  French Country Costumes. Baroque period fashion.

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