Manteaux. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792-1799.

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Manteaux. 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. Manteaux – Planche 3.


  1. Spencer en drap beige garni d’un bord de fourrure blanche, manche longue et étroite.
  2. Manteau redingote en reps vert bouteille, garni de poches, larges revers et col garnis d’un tissu jaune à pois verts.
  3. Châle fond bleu, bordure rouge brique, frange de même teinte, robe violette.
  4. Redingote bleu vif, à larges revers descendant à la taille, ouvrant sur un gilet rouge, formant carreaux, fines rayures noires.
  5. Spencer vert véronèse, garni tout autour de marabout noir. Robe blanche.
  6. Manteau droit jaune vert à large collet retombant en pèlerine sur les épaules, poche, galons noirs au collet.
  7. Carrick révolutionnaire à cinq collets, en drap rouge brique, fermant par deux pattes à la poitrine et à la taille, col haut fermé.
  8. Manteau redingote bleu vert fermant à la taille, larges revers garnis de toile imprimée à fleurs rouges sur fond vert.
  9. Redingote formée d’un châle long, fond orange’ fleurs rouges.
  10. Large redingote verte à grand collet de velours noir, plis dans le dos retenus à la taille par trois boutons.
  11. Manteau cintré à basques amples, à cinq collets, col très haut, en drap marron clair, garni devant de pattes en marron foncé, chapeau en peluche marron.
  12. Manteau à basques derrière, en drap vert, boutonné sur le côté, laissant passer un gilet blanc et rouge. Cravate de linon blanc.
  13. Echarpe rose violacé sur une robe beige. Pans de ceinture rouges.



Note:  Gallic Busts. Merovingian. The comfortable costumes of the Gauls.

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