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

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Coiffes, capuchins. Les modes de la renaissance de l’an 1461 á l’an 1574

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

Coiffes, capuchins.

  1. Manteau fourré brun châtaigne, fourrure de castor à l’intérieur, renard fauve aux manches et au col. Agrafe de joaillerie (1572).
  2. Poupée Renaissance. Manteau noir, robe orangée brodée.
  3. Manteau sous Charles VIII (1498). Fond jaune, broderies brique, doublé d’hermine. Robe blanche. Béret d’hermine, plume rouge.
  4. Manteau marron, bordé noir (1572).
  5. François, dauphin de Viennois (1536), manteau broderie or sur fond bleu marine aux manches et gilet. Le fond du manteau est violet vif.
  6. Manteau lilas clair, bordé d’une fourrure sombre, à Jacques Bastard de Vendôme (1524). A la manche, boutons en or.
  7. Jacques de Genouillac (1517). Manteau bleu de roy, fourrure de castor.
  8. Dame de Lorraine, manteau mauve et noir, fleurs grises, collier en or, pois or sur les manches. Collerette tuyautée.
  9. Nœud de ceinture en ruban à chapelet en perles de buis.



Note:  Merchant of glass and crystal in the 15th century.

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