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French Baroque is a form of Baroque architecture that evolved in France during the reigns of Louis XIII (1610–43), Louis XIV (1643–1714) and Louis XV (1714–74).

facade and flooring pattern French Baroque is a form of Baroque architecture that evolved in France during the reigns of Louis XIII Louis XIV and Louis XV

Costume design by Percy Anderson for Madame Trentoni, 1901 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

fripperiesandfobs: “ Costume design by Percy Anderson for “Madame Trentoni”, 1901 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

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Amazing Baroque French Reproduction Louis XVI Rococo Throne Wedding Chair Exquisite luxury and intricate details make up this hand-carved mahogany Throne Chair - a Centerpiece for any room Please allo

Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.

Traditional costumes of boyars, Russian medieval aristocrats.In Medieval Russia, the Boyars represented an aristocratic.

Description	 Collection: Café und Museum "Zum arabischen Coffe Baum", Leipzig  Leipziger Student um 1690, Kupferstich  Date	circa 1690

Leipziger Student - in Western European fashion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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There is no very noticeable change in men's attire during the first ten years of the eighteenth century. Coats and waistcoats remained very long with large pockets in the flaps of each. The stockings were worn outside the breeches, drawn up over the knee, but gartered below. Stockings could be of coloured silk - blue or scarlet - with gold or silver clocks, but youths and poorer men wore black stockings of wool. In winter the curious fashion was followed of wearing several pairs of stockings…

There is no very noticeable change in men's attire during the first ten years of the eighteenth century. Coats and waistcoats remained very long with large pockets in the flaps of each. The stockings were worn outside the breeches, drawn up over the knee, but gartered below. Stockings could be of coloured silk - blue or scarlet - with gold or silver clocks, but youths and poorer men wore black stockings of wool. In winter the curious fashion was followed of wearing several pairs of stockings…

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