Like most mothers in France, she was well versed in the art of Chausson aux pommes, a simple applesauce tart with a pastry crust.
A Chausson of chain-mail again appears in our cut, No. 86, from the Painted Chamber.
To the Chausson were usually attached knee-pieces of some rigid material: metal, cuir bouilli, or a mixture of both.
A curious variety of the Chausson and chausses is found in the figure of a knight from Roy.
Of the modern French we are loth to omit the symphonies of Chausson and of Dukas.
The knight on woodcut No. 62 has a Chausson shaded with red.