18th Century Children
Cord Quilted Baby Cap 1770s | English & European Dress | Meg Andrews - Antique Dress and Textiles
Back, infant's cap, 1770s. Quilted cotton, made of three segments, the two side ones with a rosette of interlocking loops surrounding a flower, the back with a a small stylised flower, a feather design along the joins, all densely and beautifully quilted, the edge with a ric rac linen braid, tape ties.
Happy Baby with Mother 1728 - The Townsends Blog
Willem van Mieris (3 June 1662, Leiden – 26 January 1747, Leiden) A beautiful domestic scene, the cherubic faced child is a great touch. A lot of great detail: bird cage, colander, baskets, onion bottle, stoneware bottle, knife, plate, bread, foot warmers, brazier, shoes, dog, doll, chair, crib, table, plate rack, plates