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Silk, American, 1840. The Met, accession nr. C.I.53.72.23
Top hat  Nash  (American)    Date:      ca. 1850  Culture:      American  Medium:      silk  Dimensions:      6 3/4 x 12 1/4 in. (17.1 x 31.1 cm)  Credit Line:      Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund, 1921  Accession Number:      2009.300.1659 MET
Circa 1862 Civil War era girl's golden brown silk taffeta spoon bonnet drawn over natural cane, buckram, and wired foundation, complementing taffeta bows, chin ties, and streamers, with cloth flowers to the under brim, and a buckram lining. 10" tall and 7" across the face.
Historical. Muslin day caps were worn with ribbon or long lappets, like shown in the image. Bonnet Date: ca. 1850 Culture: American or European Medium: silk
Bonnet, Met Museum  Date:     ca. 1853 Culture:     American Medium:     silk
1840-1869 bonnet
~Bonnet 1861, American, Made of silk and ostrich feathers ~~~~~ The look of demure prim gentility was emphasized by the loss of the great hats in 1835 for bonnets. Great hats had given a flirtatious air to clothes and their replacement by bonnets changed the whole character of day dresses. Lavishly trimmed bonnets stayed in fashion for half a century and weren't worn much after 1890~
bonnet 1870s
1840-59 silk bonnet, American
Bonnet    Date:      1840s–50s  Culture:      American  Medium:      silk, cotton  Dimensions:      Length (from CF to CB): 18 3/4 in. (47.6 cm)  Credit Line:      Gift of Marjorie Park Swope, 1988  Accession Number:      1988.110.1  MET