Venice water carrier in 1843. Porteuse d’Eau a Venise.

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Water Carrier in Venice.

Water Carrier. Venice folk costume 1843.

Costume Traditionnel Porteuse d’Eau a Venise. Tradizionale costume tradizionale del trasportatore d’acqua a Venezia.

Source: Manners, customs and costumes of all peoples of the world, based on authentic documents and and newer travel  by Auguste Wahlen.

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Note:  Bouquetières. Flower seller in Florence. Journey through Italy, 1840.

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