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

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Coiffes, Capuchons.

L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les modes du second empire 1852 a 1870. Coiffes, Capuchons – Planche 4.

Coiffes, Capuchons.

1. Bachelick, capuchon de cachemire, bordé d’un biais de satin. Doublure de cachemire.
2. Capuchon rond en cachemire, orné d’un ruché de velours noir bordé d’un biais de satin.
3. Bonnet de bain polonais en caoutchouc.
4. Bachelick “kabyle” en drap blanc et noir garni d’or fin (26 ir.).
5. Capuchon de cachemire orné de velours noir et d’or fin.
6. Tour de cou en zibeline.
7 – 8. Cols de corsage en percale empesée.
9. Châle brodé, fond rouge vif vermillon, à détails blancs, roses et feuillages.
10. Toilette de taffetas blanc, garnie de rubans de taffetas écossais, violet, rouge et noir; ombrelle en broderie anglaise.
11. Châle broché, fond rouille, feuillages verts et rouges.
12. Cravate de petit-gris.
13-14. Col et manchettes en percale empesée.
15. Cravate de zibeline avec tête et pattes.
16. Mantelet de martre garni de queues.
17. Cravate boa en martre-zibeline.
18. Pèlerine carrée en satin piquée, bordée de cygne.
10. Cravate de putois, garnie de queues.
20. Petite cravate de petit-gris avec tête et queue.
21. Palatine à manches en vison fermée d’un agrafe d’argent.

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