Victorian ~ You can add hairpieces to the sides of your hair. If you use hair that closely matches your own and with some practice or help from a friend, you'll be able to incorporate them to lengthen your own hair for period styles. The easiest way to attach false hair to the sides is to braid them in as in the Godey's print seen below. [Forgot to mention the print is from Godey's Lady's Book, September 1862]
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How to make a hair rat volumizing hair tool ♥
These dark chocolate covered banana bites are easy, delicious and beautiful. Gotta try this recipe.
Byzantine collar in gold with pearls and sapphire cabachons. Altes Museum, Berlin. The Byzantine “collar” is a piece of jewellery sewn onto a textile or gilded leather base similar in style and decoration to the loros, a long, narrow and embroidered scarf which was wrapped around the torso and dropped over the left hand..
Medieval carts used to be used for all sorts of barging and barrowing. This is a somewhat small cart, but could easily be upsized as needed. - "A very excellent duplication of a Medieval wooden cart built by Charles of Westermark" and presented at Crusader Archaeology Symposium
Gold-inlaid jade bracelet from the Tang Dynasty (618-907)
Sachet is used by Duchess Yang from Tang Dynasty
Tang dynasty. Blue wax-resist dyed tabby with flowers. As demonstrated by a highly exotic wax-resist dyed cotton cloth found in an eastern-Han tomb in Niya at Minfeng of Xinjiang, wax-resist dyeing might have been introduced from abroad. Nonetheless, by the Tang dynasty, it had already developed as one of the three chief resist-dyeing methods together with tie dyeing and clamp-resist dyeing. China National Silk Museum.
"Khotanese donor ladies" wall painting from Dunhuang Mogao caves, Five dynasties period, mid 10th c. China
Collaged Flowers, Tang Dynasty (9th-10th c. AD), "retrieved" from Cave 17, Mogao, near Dunhuang, Gansu Province, China by Sir Auriel Stein
Vimalakirti in debate with the bodhisattva Manjusri, detail from a wall painting in Cave 103 of Dunhuang, Gansu province, China, Tang Dynasty, 8th C.
Banner China Late Tang to Five dynasties, 800-900 AD Plain weave in silk, clamp-resist dyed