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Textiles | Clothing (accessories and coverings)

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Aprons

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Spanish Cloak in V&A (T.202-1965), c. 1575-1605, Silk satin damask, trimmed with silver-gilt braid, embroidered in gold threads

Capes/cloaks

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Collars

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Men's cravat 1670-90
ca 1670-1690 man's large scale raise Venetian needle lace cravat, tied with added linen and silk ribbon. Made in Venice.

Cravats

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Cuff

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Forehead cloths

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(QUEEN ANNE'S WAR) | An Abstract of the Treaty of Peace between the Queen of Great Britain & the King of France concluded at Utrecht March 31/April 11, 1713. London: Printed and Sold by Charles Weston, 1713 | Fine Books and Manuscripts including Property from the Eric C. Caren Collection | 2020 | Sotheby's

Handkerchiefs

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Headscarf; 1814; Russian; silk, metal; Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Edward S. Harkness in memory of her mother, Elizabeth Greenman Stillman, 1931; (2009.300.2711); #flowers

Kerchiefs

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Mantle Date: 2nd–1st century BCE Geography: Peru Culture: Ocucaje Medium: Camelid hair
Paracas full mantle, pre-Columbian culture of Peru
Chimu mantle, Late Intermediate Period, 1000 - 1476 AD. Design is alternating pelicans and tuna fish.

Mantles

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Late 18th century early 19th century muff via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Beautiful!

Muffs

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Hans Prinzhorn ), art historian doctor collected patients works fromPsychiatric Hospital

Outsider

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Featherwork neckpiece, c. A.D. 1470-1528, Peru, South America Cotton, feathers, and shell beads Courtesy of the Dallas Museum of Art
Chimu feather tunic via The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Plumes

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Man's Poncho; Peru, Late 17th – early 18th century; Camelid fiber, cotton, silk and metallic thread tapestry (LACMA)

Ponchos

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Saris

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Sashes

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Headscarf Date: 1814 Culture: Russian Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: 40 x 40 in. (101.6 x 101.6 cm)
18 c. Iran. 2nd Piece from a Scarf. brocade, Overall - h:38.50 w:50.50 cm (h:15 1/8 w:19 7/8 inches). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wade 1916.1429 | Cleveland Museum of Art

Scarves

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Shawl, wool, British

Shawls

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Four Pair Embroidered Sleeve Bands, China

Sleeve bands

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c. 1810 - 1820 Early 19th Century Ayrshire Embroidered Whitework Muslin Stole! Regency Shawl!
Spitalfield silk | Spitalfields Silk Stole c 1815 | Woven Shawls of Paisley design
Spitalfield silk | Spitalfields Silk Stole c 1815 | Woven Shawls of Paisley design

Stoles

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Uncut Waistcoat Fronts (France)
Woman's tunic, unconstructed Indian (Parsi) 19th century

Uncut or unsewn

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~ rare 19th century Burka brocaded all over in fine hand spun silk, on a very fine hand spun linen cloth. Central Asia - circa 1850 - 1880.
Woman's veil of cotton cloth embroidered with gold thread and showing an openwork design: Iran, 18th or 19th century.
Nuhwool (Veil), 17th century. From the tomb of Jyeong KwangKyung’s wife, Mrs. Min(1586~1644 or 1656) in Seoul. Mrs. Min was the wife of the high-ranking  government official, Jyeong KwangKyung. "This nuhwool was made of silk and was worn by the upper class women when they went out." At the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum http://www.musenet.or.kr/english/collections/show.asp?ct=6=500

Veils

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Chinese raincoat made of coconut fiber. The Metropolitan Museum of Art~
ST. LAWRENCE ISLAND YUP’IK (ALASKA) / ANORAK / SEAL INTESTINE, FUR / C. 1890.
Seal intestine waterproof hooded coat. 20,000 plus embroidery stitches in the border alone. The cuffs and hem of 14 thin bands of parchment-like sealskin are dyed red and black, overwoven with caribou-hair in geometric patterns. Aleutian Islands.

Weatherproofs

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Indian Patterns, Tie Dye Crafts, Gold Brocade, Wrap Pattern