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Straw poke bonnet, American, ca. 1835. Because of its inherent fragility, the intricate fancy weave worked on this bonnet is rare, as examples like this usually do not survive. The striking color and design of the straw added an additional decorative touch to the bows, corsages, and ruffles that would have originally decorated the bonnet.

Poke bonnet, 1835 Culture: American Medium: straw, silk Dimensions: 11 x 12 in.

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America - Woman's bonnet - Woven horsehair, plain weave silk and wool lining

Viennese fashion illustration, ca. 1914.  Bonnet shape hearkens back to the Gypsy hat of the late 18th, early 19th century.

Viennese fashion illustration, ca. Bonnet shape hearkens back to the Gypsy hat of the late early century.

Bonnet ca. 1800 via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

omgthatdress: Bonnet ca. 1800 via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art Amazing weaving-work on the straw!

1920-1929 hand-embroidered silk crepe, lace, and silk child's bonnet.

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Baby’s bonnet of embroidered pink silk trimmed with lace; Hungary, Baby’s bonnet of pale pink silk crepe with a lining of pale pink silk. The bonnet has a circular crown piped in.

1830 - 1835

Leghorn bonnet 1830 - 35 - if you've a passion of period hats and bonnets, this is THE place to read and gaze.

Poke bonnet | American or European | The Met

bonnet Date: Culture: American or European Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

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