Chaussures. Les modes du Moyen Age. costume féminin français.

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Chaussures. 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. Chaussures. – Planche 11.

  1. Patin retenu par des courroies, et chaussure basse fin du XIe siecle,
  2. Poulaine à pointe flexible attachée par des chaînettes. La corne dite pigasse est terminée par un grelot ou une fleur (1420).
  3. Chaussure a la poulaine reposant sur patin de bois retenu par une bride brodée (1422).
  4. Soulier du frère de saint Louis en 1245. Tissu bleu brodé de rosettes d’or.
  5. Botte avec poulaine et patin, dame de la noblesse (1420).
  6. Chaussure du Xe siècle, entourée d’un ruban, ornée d’orfèvrerie.
  7. Ordre de la Jarretière (1349). Edouard III et comtesse de Salisbury.
  8. Chausse de drap, Femme de Henry de Mez (1265), recouverte de galon de cuir,
  9. Chausse de drap bleu recouverte de galons de cuir (XI- siècle),
  10. Jupe drapée sur le côté (1322), ornée de langues de chat.
  11. Jupe d’Alix de Norsy (1300), double jupe drapée doublée d’hermine.
  12. Sceptre de Charlemagne.
  13. Jupe formant tunique, ornée de galons brodés (1149).
  14. Bannière des Maîtres Cordonniers, bleu-jaune.



Note:  English and French fashion in the 15th century.

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