Broderies. Les modes du second empire. Costume féminin français.

Second Empire Skirts. Victorian Fashion History. 19th century fashion. Embroidery. Second Rococo costumes.
Broderies, Dentelles.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Broderies, Dentelles – Planche 8.

Broderies. Dentelles.

  1. Devant de corsage en faille jaune paille, col brodé bleu, ruban jaune formant cravate.
  2. Motif de dentelle de Chantilly noire.
  3. Motif de broderie rouge cerise sur cachemire blanc.
  4. Jabot de lingerie brodé et orné de dentelle de Bruges.
  5. Châle exposition de 1855, fond bleu vitrail et effilés verts et rouges.
  6. Modèle de col “Impératrice”, pour mettre avec un corsage de lingerie.
  7. Châle broché, rouge, bleu et vert rebrodé d’or; franges violettes.
  8. Coin de châle broché, dessins géométriques rose, orange, jaune, vert et bleu.
  9. Châle broché vert Véronèse, bordure rouge et bleue rebrodée d’or.
  10. Ruban de faille rose vif bordé d’un ruché, posé en biais sur un corsage de fillette.
  11. Ruban de ceinture écossais bleu et blanc, sur une robe jaune.
  12. Châle broché fond bleu, bordure or, brodée de jaune et de rose.

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