11 Object Results

Object Type:
FIC.2014.88
Hat
circa 1880

Lady's small sailor hat made of fancy straw with pale blue ribbon.

2012.20
hat
circa 1850

A brown straw hat with a flat crown, a black grosgrain ribbon band, and 2.5" brim. Brim is bound with black grosgrain ribbon, and is bordered by a steel wire around its edge. Interior has a brown l...


Grey velvet hat with matching grey velvet ribbon tie. Top of the hat is decorated with white and pink flowers, grey lace and a rhinestone pin. Inner lining is white silk.


Red, blue, green, black and white plaid headband type hat. Hat has tie at back with plaid edging and a black velvet center.


Black lace sheer netting hat. Wide brim folded up on one side. Decorated with large bow from same material.


Beige velvet hat with pearl trim.


A straw boater hat trimmed with black grosgrain ribbon, which is tied at one side. Interior of crown is lined with a piece of cream-colored fabric printed with the word "Franklin" and a crest/insig...


A fascinator-style hat made of several black components over a wire frame. A base layer of net with small spots is affixed to the frame, while layers of lightweight plain weave fabrics are gathered...


A hat made of black, ivory, and white tape and netting. Additionally, a complex gold roping, made of two-ply yarns and natural materials, is placed in a serpentine fashion throughout. All decoratio...


A hat once owned by Edith Norman Hunter. Made of a thin, woven (or braided), ivory tape. A brown grosgrain ribbon is attached to and gathered along the crown, while decorative reeds (affixed with r...


Hat BURGANDY VELVET HAT WITH SMALL BRIM OF BURGANDY, STRAW AND BLACK NET, BURGANDY OSTRICH FEATHER

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