Étoffes. Les modes de la renaissance. Costume féminin français.

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

ÉTOFFES. Histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes de la renaissance de l’an 1461 á l’an 1574.


1. Tissu de robe camaïeu bleu foncé et bleu clair.
2. Sac de bourgeoise en 1476, rosace, cordelière, paonace, jaune, fermoir bleu, glands bleus.
3. Tunique du seigneur de Boisy, fond jaune, motifs feuille d’acanthe marron, rayures noires.
4. Sac garni de rubans retenus par des pierres de couleurs; le sac est rose pâle, les ru bans vert clair.
5. Escarcelle en 1539, orangée, garnis de fils d’or, petites boules d’or brodées.
6. Escarcelle en gibecière, rouge, ornée de galons or, attachée à la ceinture.
7. Escarcelle d’une dame de la cour sous François 1, fond gris argent, galons or pâle.
8. Tissu 1461, fond rouge, fleurs fond jaune, pétales rouges.
9. Escarcelle d’une dame’ de la cour sous Louis XII en 1498, violet d’évêque, retenue par trois cordelières argent qui retombent dans le bas et terminées par trois glands argent, fermail de pierreries.
10. Robe d’une dame de la cour, fond marron clair, motifs rouge orangé.



Note:  Henry II as Captain Chevau-Légers. 16th century.

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