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

Manches, modes, Moyen Age, Costume, féminin, français,
Manches. 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. Manches. – Planche 8.

  1. Manche de bliaut de Girard, comte de Nevers, fond beige clair, broderies sépia (1422).
  2. Manche de casaquin, fond jaune paille, broderies (1422) Charles VII.
  3. Manches crénelées et brodées (1415), à Charles de Montaigu. La manche serrée est rouge, la manche fendue est verte, brodée de grosses fleurs roses.
  4. Boucle de ceinture, cuir fauve et métal argent (Mérovée).
  5. Mme de Roquemont (1327). Manche blanche, fines rayures roses, la manche flottante est rouge à points noirs.
  6. Manche d’Isabelle de Portugal (1460), fond or, fleurs sépia, brodées et à entonnoir marron, fleurs jaunes.
  7. Manche demi-ample, serrée au poignet, à Jeanne de Navarre (1316). Bleu azur,
  8. Manche de page, ballon et fourrée (1350), ton vert lézard.
  9. Gant peau de chien à crispin, entonnoir, serré au poignet par un lacet de cuir, gland.
  10. Manches avec ouverture au coude, Marguerite de Beaujeu (I336); en dessous, manche de lingerie.
  11. Manche juste. Languette pour serrer le poignet, à la Comtesse d’Evreux (1343). Jaune, rayures noires, fil d’or.
  12. Bannière des Marchands Pelletiers (manches fourrées), bleu, blanc.



Note:  Dentelles, Broderies. Les modes du Moyen Age. Costume féminin français.

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