|February 1, 1786|
It represents two children.
The first is a little Boy beating a drum.
Rush hat, trimmed with a bow and a blue ribbon.
Shirt trimmed, with a collarette.
Jacket with cut sleeves, of carmelite satin.
Gilet of pink satin, the ends of the sleeves carmelite.
Belt of blue ribbon.
Breeches of pink satin, à la marinière.
White stockings, of silk or cotton.
On the shoes, bows of blue ribbon.
Young Boys are still dressed with a lilac jacket, in the shape of that above, gilet and breeches of white linen, cotton, grey hat.
Or green jacket, gilet and breeches in canary's-tail color, of a light silk stuff.
Or white jacket, together with the breeches and gilet, of cotton, or any other fabric.
The second child is a young Girl, holding a rose in her left hand.
For the whole coiffure, a bandeau of blue ribbon.
Shift trimmed with a collarette.
Corset and petticoat of pink taffeta, and on top a white fourreau of muslin, edged, at the bottom, with two blue ribbons.
Belt of black ribbon.
Shoes of red Spanish leather.
Young Girls also wear a corset and petticoat of blue or green taffeta, under a white fourreau of muslin.