Broderies. Les Modes sous la Revolution. Costume féminin français.

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Broderies. L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792 – 1799.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792 – 1799. Broderies – Planche 9.

Broderies. Dentelles

  1. Coiffe cocar de ruban de taffetas blanc à pois jaunes et rouges.
  2. Broderie et garniture de robe, ruban rouge, retenu par de petits rubans verts, fond étoffe rouge, semis pois verts.
  3. Sac octogonal en faille blanche, guirlande verte en couronne, grecque or autour, ruban d’attache rouge, glands or.
  4. Coiffe cocarde de ruban tricolore, bleu, blanc, rouge.
  5. Galon de garniture de robe fond rose, losanges verts, feuilles vertes.
  6. Sac «ridicule» en forme de corbeille, fond orange, sujets blancs, galon rouge au bord servant de fermeture, glands de soie.
  7. Sac à ouvrage fond jaune orangé, motif central tanagra rouge et noir. Deuxième motif bleu de Prusse, lettre noire, frange grise, motif formant monture en cordelière grise. Toile de Jouy «Napoléon couronné par la victoire».
  8. Châle brodé, fond vert d’eau, fleurs et motifs roses et jaunes, grecque noire.
  9. Sac falbalassé, fond jaune vif, piqûres noires, rubans et dessins noirs.
  10. Dame vêtue à l’antique, robe blanche, guirlande de feuillage brodée or et soie verte au bas de la tunique.
  11. Sac à ouvrage en florence vert clair, roses rouges, attaches de ruban violet foncé.
  12. Broderie de châle, fond crême, dessins verts, roses et jaunes.
  13. Toile de Jouy, losanges tricolores, médaillons, jaunes.
  14. Broderies tricolores, bande jaune rayée des rubans tricolores continuant les losanges.
  15. Cocarde de ruban bleu et rouge pour chapeau.
  16. Ruban rayé rose et blanc.

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