Chapeaux. Les Modes de la Renaissance. Costume Féminin Français.

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Chapeaux. Les modes de la renaissance de l’an 1461 á l’an 1574

Chapeaux. L’Histoire du Costume Féminin Français. Les Modes de la Renaissance de l’an 1461 à l’an 1574. 


  1. Dame (1572). Chapeau noir, chaîne d’or, voile noir, pattes revenant sur le visage garnies de perles d’or.
  2. Chapeau sous François 1er Fond violet évêque, broderies or, plume blanche (1540).
  3. Bourgeoise (1572). Chapeau bleu et bande jaune vif sur les côtés.
  4. Chapeau en feutre, garni d’un cabochon enrichi de pierreries.
  5. Duchesse de Bretagne (1532). Chapeau rouille, garni d’une plume blanche, broderies or.
  6. Françoise Audé (1535). Chapeau orangé, voile blanc.
  7. Philippe Chalot, sire de Brion (1525). Chapeau rouge, plume rose pâle.
  8. Claude de France (1520), chapeau plat violet parme, galon or.
  9. Femme sous Henri II (1547). Chapeau noir et or.
  10. Marie Stuart (1558). Chapeau pourpre garni d’une rangée de pierreries.
  11. Dame sous Charles VIII (1490). Chapeau écarlate garni d’un gros cabochon avec une topaze.
  12. Dame de la cour de François II (1560), grand hennin blanc à filets or.
  13. Chapeau sous Charles IX (1574). Bleu vif, chaîne argent.
  14. Chapeau sous Charles IX (1574), orné d’une cordelière et de perles fines, fond mauve. Plume blanche.
  15. Marie de Bretagne (1461). Coiffe ornée de pierreries enchâssées, rubis et saphirs.
  16. Béret garni tout autour d’une plume d’autruche rouge cerise, sous François 1er (1520), Crénelés.
  17. Blanche de Gamache (1479). Hennin jaune paille, filet or.



Note:  Fashion under the Reign of Charles IX. 1560 to 1574.

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