Caned gauze bonnet, c.1845. What a miracle that this rare and delicate bonnet has survived at all! The sheer gauze is more like a whisper than a fabric. it w

Caned gauze bonnet, What a miracle that this rare and delicate bonnet has survived at all! The sheer gauze is more like a whisper than a fabric.

Early 19th Century Silk Braid Bonnet, from Past Perfect Vintage

Early Century Victorian Silk Braid Bonnet << "You have a heart of gold and someone in a high position will see it and fall in love with you.

Antique Victorian Silver, Celadon And Cream Silk Bonnet With Ribbon from marzillivintage on Ruby Lane

Dating to the Antique Victorian Silver, Celadon And Cream Silk Bonnet With pale celadon green neck-ties

Bonnet (Sunbonnet)    Date:      19th century  Culture:      American  Medium:      cotton  Dimensions:      [no dimensions available]  Credit Line:      Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn, 1938  Accession Number:      C.I.38.96.4    This artwork is not on display

Bonnet (Sunbonnet) Date: century Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss Irene Lewisohn, 1938 Accession Number: This artwork is not on display

Bonnet, England (Britain): ca. 1830, straw, velvet, silk.  Museum number T.202-1958 "In the early years of the 1830s, women's fashion was firmly focussed on the upper part of the body. Above the waist, pleated bodices, wide necklines, balloon-like sleeves and intricate hairstyles were topped off with striking bonnets such as this example in the V's collection. This hat is made from a base of straw plait, carefully stitched together to form the high crown and dramatic brim..."

Bonnet

Will try to manipulate a black hat into a bonnet. If no time, I will make a quick black beret or turban. Bonnet, England (Britain): ca.

The Empress Eugénie Collection including a Pair of Evening Shoes c.1854

Circa 1860 pale blue silk satin ball slippers owned by the Empress Eugenie. Via Bowes Museum.

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