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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Item 1815 woman's cap. Cotton plain weave (mull) with cotton embroidery, net, bobbin lace, and lace insertion stitches

Колпачок женщины  Американский  около 1815  Объект Место: Бостон, Массачусетс, США; Место изготовления: (ткань), вероятно Индия

Woman's cap American, around 1815 Boston, Massachusetts, United States PLACE OF…

American 1820-25, Woman's morning cap with gathered sections of mull at crown between welted bands with eyelet embroidery in a floral pattern and openwork borders; plain opaque fabric used for chin pendants, around face, and back of neck; sheer mull edge ruffle embroidered with dash motifs and hem stitching on saw-toothed edge; double ruffle across brow; ties at chin; drawstring at back

America - Morning cap - Cotton plain weave (mull and cambric) with cotton embroidery and diverted warps or wefts

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: gorro femenino de EEUU de 1800-50 (Inventario: 52.601)

First half of the century, MFA Woman's cap of white mull with brocaded dot, large cap crown gathered all around, seams corded and piped, narrow edging of eyelet embroidery.

Woman’s cap with deep brim with two rows of pin tucks and three layers of ruffles with eyelets; two long lapet-like ties down front with same eyelet ruffle; casing with large ties at nape of neck

Woman’s cap with deep brim with two rows of pin tucks and three layers of ruffles with eyelets; two long lapet-like ties down front with same eyelet ruffle; casing with large ties at nape of neck

Infant's cap, Probably French, 1854. Fine white muslin. The design of flowers, scrolls, and a powder of small leaves, is worked with white cotton, and with drawn work, laid work and eyelet work. The edge of the back apparently is scalloped. Trimmed with a fine white bobbin lace and loops of white satin ribbon. Worn by Franklin Marland Darracott, at his christening at St. Paul's Church, in Boston, 1854.

Infant's cap, Probably French, 1854. Fine white muslin. The design of flowers, scrolls, and a powder of small leaves, is worked with white cotton, and with drawn work, laid work and eyelet work. The edge of the back apparently is scalloped. Trimmed with a fine white bobbin lace and loops of white satin ribbon. Worn by Franklin Marland Darracott, at his christening at St. Paul's Church, in Boston, 1854.

First half 19th century, America - Woman's sheer white cotton cap - Embroidered cotton

First half century, America - Woman's sheer white cotton cap - Embroidered cotton

1830 hat and veil

Veil Date: ca. 1830 Culture: British Medium: silk Dimensions: 37 in. cm) Hat veils like this were worn both to partially conceal the face modestly and also off the face, around the hat, to decorate it, as well as to facilitate flirtatious glances.

Woman's cap American, early 19th century Boston, Massachusetts, United States PLACE OF MANUFACTURE (fabric) probably India DIMENSIONS Overal...

Early century, America - Cap - Cotton plain weave (mull) with cotton embroidery, deflected warps or wefts, lace instertion stitches

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