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1860's -bonnets/hats

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The Barrington House Educational Center, L.L.C.---- Lovely pork pie style hat, trimmed dress, bowtie and belt! Tinted very nicely as well.

The Barrington House

Spring Pardessus. Harpers Magazine April 1864. NYPL Digital Gallery.

In the Swan's Shadow

LAPL, Le Follet, October 1861

LAPL, Magasin des Demoiselles, June 1860

Fashion plate, 1863, Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

1860s Switzerland Mountain Climbing Ladies cdv

Collection of Early Switzerland CDV Photos

Princess Alexandra Caroline "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) (1844-1925) Denmark, wife of Albert Edward (King Edward VII) (1841-1910) Prince of Wales, UK. 2nd Child of King Christian IX (1818-1906) Denmark Princess Louise (1817-1898) Hesse-Kassel, Germany.

Queen Alexandra (1844-1925)

Princess Alexandra of Wales. Late 1860s.

Woman in dotted sheer dress with ruched trim, mid-19th C.

Set of 4 Photo Prints Women in Sheer Dresses

quarter plate ambrotype, Manchester, Vermont, 1863 - Sign Up Now!

Lot of 2 Ambrotypes Spiffy Clothes | eBay

Lot of 2 Ambrotypes Spiffy Clothes


fashionablegirl.jpg (436×660) from The Graceful Lady

Historical Timekeepers - 1860's Fashion Hats Bonnets

Marie Henriette

victorian lady dress | eBay

victorian lady dress | eBay

Walking dress. 1864 Petersons

Walking dress - ID: 802975 - NYPL Digital Gallery


La Mode illustrée: journal de la famille - Google Books

La Mode illustrée

Dress and hat, ca 1864 France, Kent State

Princess Louise and Princess Helena, daughters of Queen Victoria

Petersons Oct 63 books (245×361)

Seaside Ensemble | c. 1864 Close Up View

This perky style was often refered to as a "Pork Pie." Godey's called it a "Turban Hat." This one is made of burgundy cotton velvet on a buckram base, with gold braid and an ostrich plume. An elastic band keeps the hat in place. Additional photos appear on the 1850's-1860's Hats and Bonnets page. Based on the original photo shown. This style was popular during the last year of the Civil War. from Mrs. Parker's Millinery and Mercantile

French Bee Bonnet veil c.1860 Victoria Albert Museum

Pottery | streetsofsalem