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Wax Flower Wedding Headdress Made Of Silk, Metal, Plaster And Was - American c. - The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Civil War hairnet

Civil War hairnet

Silvered paper headdress, FIDM Museum, c. 1860 French-made ribbon and paper headdress, MFA Boston,

1924 headdress. Has nothing to do with this project, it's just awesomeness.

Pearl and Gold Art Deco/ Nouveau Flapper Headdress worn by Nellie Melba in Otello, 1924

MFA Boston, a mediados de 1800..,

Headdress, mounted on covered wire of grapes with fruit, leaves and tendrils, all in gold.

Feather Mohawk / Headdress  The Warrior Fur & by michellecuriel, $289.99

Feather Mohawk / Headdress - "The Warrior: Fur & Feathers"

Antique Wedding Wax Flower Tiara

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1860 Godey's. "La Princesse. This style of headdress is exceedingly pretty for young ladies, as it is so very simple. It is formed of plaits of narrow velvet and a bow of wide ribbon."

This style of headdress is exceedingly pretty for young ladies, as it is so very simple. It is formed of plaits of narrow velvet and a bow of wide ribbon.

1880s French floral wax wedding bridal crown. This piece features honeysuckle, orange blossom flowers, and buds.

Antique FRENCH Floral Wax Wedding Bridal Tiara Wedding Crown French from aplaceofdistinction on Ruby Lane

1850s Cache-peigne headdress of silk chenille and wire. Written provenance states that it was worn to a ball following the Lincoln-Douglas debates in Galesburg, Ill. (Oct. 7, 1858) The provenance actually says Galenga Ill. 1860, but I have corrected the information here as it was obviously written many years later. It also states that "Geraldine got the dress". Sigh...Who was Geraldine and what did she do with that dress?!?

1850s Cache-peigne headdress of silk chenille and wire. Written provenance states that it was worn to a ball following the Lincoln-Douglas debates in Galesburg, Ill. (Oct. 7, 1858) The provenance actually says Galenga Ill. 1860, but I have corrected the information here as it was obviously written many years later. It also states that "Geraldine got the dress". Sigh...Who was Geraldine and what did she do with that dress?!?

Zylinder (Zubehör, Hut) Inventarnummer: T1806 Datierung: um 1820 Material/Technik: Obermaterial: Feinstroh, naturfarben; Seide, grün; Futter: Seide, beige; Schweißband: Leder. - Geflochten Maße: H. 23 cm, Dm 35 cm Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog

Steampunk Straw top hat with silk lining, c. What fine weaving and preservation.

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forget the dress, but I like that idea with the horns for a theatric costume - we know from texts that they used masks and so far we thought of and made fealted ones, but wicker is another theoretical option. just storing the idea here - no proof yet

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