Peasant woman of Solothurn, Switzerland.

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Switzerland national costume. Swiss folk clothing. Peasant woman of Solothurn.

Peasant woman of Solothurn.

Peasant woman of Solothurn 1840.


Woman in the costume of Solothurn, Switzerland. According to an illustration by Paul Gavarni.

From the book: Costumes historiques pour travestissements par Paul Gavarni (Guillaume Sulpice Chevalier 1804-1866)

Associated: The Switzerland national costumes of 17th – 19th century originals.

Note:  Lucerne Entlebuch. Switzerland national costumes.

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