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Indian state cap reputed to have belonged to the last Muslim King of Delhi, Bahadur Shah Zafar II (1775-1862) who was a descendent of the Mughal Dynasty. King Zafar succeeded to the throne of Delhi in 1837 but was imprisoned in 1858 by the British after the 1857 revolution. Medium: Gold wire embroidery, feathers, rubies, pearls and emeralds.

Indian state cap reputed to have belonged to the last Muslim King of Delhi, Bahadur Shah Zafar II who was a descendent of the Mughal Dynasty.

Cap worn by Mrs. Anna Russel Rawson in approx. 1855. Came in a small band box, presumably the original, labelled, "Richmond's N.Y. Ladies Dress Caps".

A lady's dress cap American, About 1855 USA Dimensions Overall: Other (Oval box dimensions): x x 21 cm x 10 x 8 in.) Medium or Technique Silk; lace, satin, ribbon, velvet Classification Costumes Accession Number Not on view

Morning cap Date: 1835 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: 10 x 10 1/2 in. (25.4 x 26.7 cm)

This 1835 morning cap with refined details would have been worn primarily at home in the early part of the day as an informal head covering,

Hat Date: ca. 1800 Culture: French Medium: silk, raffia, metal Dimensions: Length (CF to CB): 16 in. (40.6 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene ...

1800 Culture: French Medium: silk, raffia, metal Dimensions: Length (CF to CB): 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene .

Woman's cap about 1860 DIMENSIONS Overall: 22.9 x 27.9 x 10.2 cm (9 x 11 x 4 in.) 3 wire bands covered with red velvet ribbon, two deep ruffles of machine made lace sewn to bans across back, velvet ribbon bows and ties at sides

Woman’s cap made of three wire bands covered with bright red velvet ribbon; two deep ruffles of machine-made lace sewn to bands across back; velvet ribbon bows and ties at sides

Hat, 1909, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dinner toque Department Store: Balch, Price & Company Date: 1909 Culture: American Medium: horsehair, feathers, silk, straw Accession Number:

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