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

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

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

ROBES.

  1. Dame noble sous François 1er (1515). Robe cramoisie, fleurs or; ceinture écharpe blanche et or. Collier plaquette or et pierreries.
  2. Dame noble sous Charles VIII (1496). Bleu pers, quille de la jupe, brassard et poignet écarlate. Ceinture dorée et franges écarlate. Manche blanche. Coiffure noir et or.
  3. La Duchesse d’Etampes (1520). Robe vert-de-gris, manches vert et jaune. Coiffure rouge et jaune, voile blanc. Ceinture garnie d’un riche pendentif.
  4. Femme du chancelier de France Philippe Hurault, comte de Cheverny (1566). Robe noire, manches blanches, grand col châle en lingerie et dentelle. Col Médicis Coiffure roire.
  5. Fille de Catherine de Médicis. Robe rose fleur de pêcher, fine guimpe blanche. Galon bleu azur.
  6. Éléonore de Habsbourg ou d’Autriche in 1558. White embroidered red robe, open front with two colored sleeves tucked up in cherry red and white, studded with red and green stones. Furthermore a black-speckled, chestnut-colored fur. A red petticoat, taken with black embroidered bands at the hem.
  7. Eleanor of Castile (Infanta of Spain from 1498 to 1558 was from the House of Habsburg, by marriage, first Queen of Portugal and later Queen of France.)
  8. Fille de Catherine de Médicis. Robe bleu azur, guimpe brodée. Broderies bleu foncé, coiffure blanche.
  9. Claude de France, première femme de François 1er (1520). Robe noire, galon or, manches fourrure blanche. Guimpe rouge sertie or. Sur la poitrine, perles rouges et vertes. Gants jaunes. Coiffure rayée or et rouge, plissé blanc, voile noir.
Note:  An English Gentleman in 1590, with shield and sword.

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