A blond forming a fanchon on the calotte is laid also under the other edge of the ornament.
The children at calotte, too,—they are too far from the school; mind that they have their books.'
A Head of an Asiatic, seen in a front view, having on a calotte.
The hat was turned back, exposing a black closely cut bang resembling a calotte.
He has on a calotte, and a robe bordered with fur, attached in front with a single button.
The Bust of a Man, seen in a front view, having on a cap in the shape of a calotte, and a mantle bordered with carmine.
Brantôme says a calle or calotte is "a cap," hence the phrase, Plattes comme des calles.
The group would have been an excellent subject for the pencil of calotte.