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Damesmuts | Centraal Museum Utrecht cap c1775-1800

Early Antique White Cotton Embroidered Women's Cap

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White cotton checked-weave cap, 1830-1850.

Cap Date: 1800–1941 Culture: Dutch Medium: [no medium available] Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Van S. Merle-Smith, 1941 Accession Number: C.I.41.110.253 This artwork is not on display

"Daniel Taylor... and... Elinor Low, [servants to] John Frederick Sackville, 3rd Duke of Dorset... It was painted in 1783 by Arnold Almond and is included in John Styles book, The Dress of the People." From the Austenonly blog. Note Elinor Low's cap - silk ribbon and lace - and hairstyle. Fringe of bangs in front and wisps or curls showing under the cap in back. Hair not drawn straight back from the forehead, but down in front of or over the ears. Probably height on top. The shape of the cap...

John Hoppner portrait of Mrs Williams circa 1790 (Tate Gallery)

John Hoppner portrait of Mrs Williams circa 1790 (Tate Gallery)

The Maid's Cap Detail of 1775 painting by Pehr Hilleström

1772 (Bowles) Polite Maccaroni presenting a Nosegay to Miss Blossom

COTTON DAYCAP, MID 19th C... this is dated wrong, it should be early 19th Century.

Augusta Auctions

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c. 1840 bonnet, adjustable tie at back & chin straps. ebay seller lily jean

1750-1800 Cap - Made from while lawn with an inner brim of heavier cotton. There is no lining. It is hand sewn to a high quality. There is a cotton tape drawstring tying round the neck and evidence of a line of stitching alond the middle of the inside - possibly a gathering thread. There is '73' stitched in red cotton inside back neck. (female)

Date: 1600–1630 Culture: English Medium: Linen worked with silk and metal thread, spangles; satin, long -and-short, braid, buttonhole, and couching stitches

Indoor bonnet or bonnet lined of very fine cotton, beautifully embroidered with Ayrshire embroidery. c. 1810

Chantilly Lace Cap, French, 1850-1870.