A young woman from the well-to-do farming stock of Arles. In her hand she holds a bunch of flowers which she is about to give to the infant Jesus. She wears the traditional 19th century costume of the Arles region: white embroidered shawl and full skirt. One can also recognize her because of her special hairstyle. The hair is parted in the middle, forming a headband. Then, the hair is brushed back into a bun and covered with white muslin, then tied around with an embroidered ribbon and held in place by gold pins. It is this detail that gives the costume its richness.
Arlesienne color options (In the customer notes at check out indicate dress color – blue, yellow or purple, crimson), we will try our best to accommodate color requests, however, we will substitute based on available stock. Available in #1, #2, #3.