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history-of-fashion: 1703 Nicolas de Largillière - La Belle...

history-of-fashion: 1703 Nicolas de Largillière - La Belle Strasbourgeoise and the costume similar to the one that woman is wearing (end of the 17th century - beginning of the 18th century) So-called “gros de Tours” silk, velvet made of silk, silk taffeta, silk damask, cotton canvas, linen, trimmings, metallic threads, decorative metal elements applied in relief, lace, whalebone, rings in metal, wool felt.
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