A woman's hat (for worship); quilted, with ear flaps. Upper part made from dark red damask silk cloth (quilting vertical); some sections shattered. Middle top has red macramé knot (tabby cloth) on applied circular blue cotton tabby cloth with blue/white chequered trimming at edge. Lower section made from blue tabby cotton cloth (quilting mainly horizontal). Ear flaps lined with (vestiges of) light brown fur / cream leather. Hat lined with mid-brown tabby cotton cloth; same cloth used for ties.

An00426814 001 l


Made Of
leather, fur, silk
Type of Thing
religious/ritual equipment, hat
macramé, quilted, damask, plain weave


Found In
Made In


Acquired In
1905, circa?

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