1. Antique fashion plate, hand colored. From Le Follet fashion magazine, drawn by the artist Anais Tondouze.


    I am not sure the year this was printed, but they are wearing crinolines rather than bustles of the later part of the 19th century. The “61” may indicate it is from 1861. Evening wear.

     
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    These don’t look like crinolines to me at all. Obviously 1840s, from the cut of the bodices! Plus the “spaniel” curls...
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