Chapeaux. Les modes du Moyen Age. Costume féminin français.

Chapeaux, mode, Moyen Age, Costume, français
Chapeaux. L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du Moyen Age, de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du Moyen Age, de l’an 1037 à l’an 1461. Chapeaux. – Planche 5.

  1. Escoffion et manches de femme vers 1324. Manche fendue bleu, ouverte sur 2e manche de toile de frise; escoiffon orné de pierreries de rubis, de topaz et de perles fines. Fond blanc.
  2. Femme noble sous Louis VI., (vers 1100 siècle). Robe rose, passementerie jaune, manches bleues.
  3. Chapeau sous Charles VII., (1422 siècle). Velours rouge, fleurs, et galant or.
  4. Collier, chaine en or, appartenant à Char, de Montaigu (1450 siècle).
  5. Collier en pendentif appartenant à Marg. de Feschal (1436 siècle), chaine corde en or, pendentif or et lapis lazuli.
  6. Chapeau breton sous Charles VII., fond bleu, broderies argent.
  7. Chapeau d’élégante (1380 siècle), sous Charles VII., feinter et plumes d`autruche. Marron clair, passe rouge.
  8. Corsage dame noble sous Louis VI., (vers 1100 siècle). Rayures jaune, vert et rouge.
  9. Collier feuilles de nénuphar, à J. de Montaigu (1409 siècle).
  10. Bourgeoise riche sous Louis VII., (1200 siècle) Robe verte, bordure rouge, manches longues tombant à terre.
  11. Hénin (1384). Peronnelle Courtet. Fond bleu, rayures faites d`un galon or.
  12. Chapeau de velours cramoisi, ruban bleu, passe faite de fourrure de menu vair, cabochon de pierreries, saphir et rubis sur monture en or.
  13. Dame en chape sous Louis VI. (1200 siècle). Violet brodé or, doublure jaune.
  14. Banniere des Chapeliers, fond jaune, chevron bleu, chapeaux rouges.



Note:  Italian noblewoman with heart shaped hennin. 13th century.

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