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

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

JUPES. L’Histoire du Costume Féminin Français. Les Modes de la Renaissance de l’an 1461 à l’an 1574. Paul Louis Victor de Giafferri.


1. Jupe fond vert clair, impressions noires. Quadrillé fantaisie.
2. Pan de jupe sous François 1er (1520) rayée jaune, rouge et vert, fine rayure noirè, dentelée dans le bas, pois noirs, festonnée.
3. Jupe noire de Mlle de Lyon (1572), devant blanc, en bordure, dessous framboise. Chaîne d’or ou contenance.
4. Claude de Lorraine (1550). jupe blanche, bouillonnés bleu et jaune soufre tailladés.
5. Dame de la cour de François 1er. Costume noir, broderies grises. Jupe ballonnée derrière.
6. Dame de la cour (1520). Fond violet prune, dessins blancs, noirs, galons or.
7. Robe sous François 1er (1515), fond vieux rouge, filets noirs. Broderies à fil d’or au bas de la jupe.
8. jupe sous François 1er (1540). Fond framboise, la tunique est vert-de-gris, cabochon en pierreries tombant de la ceinture. Drapé à la grecque.
9. Jupe sous Charles IX. Tissu broché, gris foncé et argent, bas de jupe dentelé et festonné.
10. Jupe sous François 1er. Tunique fond rouge, filets or, bande de broderie or, fond de jupe gris cendre à deux volants. Ceinture de cuir.



Note:  French Peasant Woman in the 15th century.

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