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Turban. Turbans coming into fashion during the early 1800's was depictive of life during that time. Following Napolean's invasion of Egypt, a sense of Turkophilia set in, with the East being a large theme in various aspects of life, particularly fashion. This turban is a cream silk piece at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

Turban-like hat - French, White ribbed silk crown decorated with bands of pleated stiffened gauze; back portion stuffed with cotton. Narrow stiffened ribbed silk brim lined with satin.

Cap Date: 1810–35 Culture: probably American Medium: silk Dimensions: Diameter: 14 in. (35.6 cm) Credit Line: Isabel Shults Fund, 2008 Accession Number: 2008.76

Cap Date: Culture: American (probably) Medium: silk Dimensions: Diameter: 14 in. cm) Credit Line: Isabel Shults Fund, 2008 Accession Number:

#7474 Regency bonnet at VintageTextile.com

1810 silk bonnet with stiffened brim to shield the wearer's face

Bonnet. French, 1805–10, Silk satin, chenille yarn, silk-wrapped millinery wire, silk and wire flower trim, silk ribbon, and silk satin lining - in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Bonnet, silk satin lined with silk satin and trimmed with chenille yarn, silk-wrapped millinery wire, silk flowers and silk ribbon, French.

ca. 1820.  Doesn't it look modern though?

Hat, ca 1820 United States (Lexington, Mass), MFA Boston Everything about this looks completely modern.

Cap  Date:late 1810sCulture:AmericanMedium:cotton

Cap,Metropolitan Museum of Art Date: late Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mr.

Snowshill Manor © National Trust / Richard Blakey

Bonnet National Trust Inventory Number 1349294 Date 1785 - 1825 Place of origin Europe Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

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