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Bonnet, 1867

Bonnet, 1867

Evening dress, 1869 From the Palazzo Pitti via Cultura Italia

Evening dress, 1869 From the Palazzo Pitti via Cultura Italia

Bonnet (image 1) | American | fourth quarter 19th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 46.692

Bonnet (image 1) | American | fourth quarter 19th century | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 46.692

1840-1845 Woman's cap, possibly for a wedding, made from wide cream silk satin ribbon and net, tied under the chin with satin ribbon. The cap is trimmed with bands of eau de nile, satin ribbon and strings of the same. It is scuttle shaped, curving foward to cover the ears where it is trimmed with blonde lace and small clumps of artificial flowers made of silk

Bonnet

1840-1845 Woman's cap, possibly for a wedding, made from wide cream silk satin ribbon and net, tied under the chin with satin ribbon. The cap is trimmed with bands of eau de nile, satin ribbon and strings of the same. It is scuttle shaped, curving foward to cover the ears where it is trimmed with blonde lace and small clumps of artificial flowers made of silk

Bonnet (Fanchon): ca. 1860, English, linen net with lace, silk-velvet ribbon and faux-pearl glass beads.

Bonnet (Fanchon): ca. 1860, English, linen net with lace, silk-velvet ribbon and faux-pearl glass beads.

1860's spoon bonnet pattern - Google Search

1860's spoon bonnet pattern - Google Search

Silk Calash from 1790. In the 1770s, when huge wigs and hairstyles were fashionable, the ‘calash’ bonnet was worn to protect the high hairstyles from the weather. These collapsible bonnets were made of strips of wood or whalebone sewn into channels of a silk hood. A long ribbon attached to the top front of the hood, held firmly in the hand, allowed the wearer to hold the calash securely, while walking in the wind, rain, and snow....POP SHADES

Silk Calash from 1790. In the 1770s, when huge wigs and hairstyles were fashionable, the ‘calash’ bonnet was worn to protect the high hairstyles from the weather. These collapsible bonnets were made of strips of wood or whalebone sewn into channels of a silk hood. A long ribbon attached to the top front of the hood, held firmly in the hand, allowed the wearer to hold the calash securely, while walking in the wind, rain, and snow....POP SHADES

Bonnet.  1865-67.  Met Museum.

Bonnet. 1865-67. Met Museum.

Cap, 1850s United States, via MFA Boston

Cap, 1850s United States, via MFA Boston

1870-1875, British  Wedding bonnet

1870-1875, British Wedding bonnet

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