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Hat, knitted with a bulb of red silk with diamond-shaped geometric ornaments of gold thread and a curled edge of plain red silk, Anonymous, c. 1600 - c. 1699 Rijksmuseum

Hat, knitted with a bulb of red silk with diamond-shaped geometric ornaments of gold thread and a curled edge of plain red silk, Anonymous, c. 1600 - c.

Cap with diamond-shapes and triangles     1450 - 1550      silk, embroidered with coloured silk; linen lining; band and crown joined with a run-and-fell seam in flax      12 cm (h)     18 cm (dia)     ground fabric (silk), along l /w 42 / 42 threads/cm (thread ct)     ground (linen), along l /w 21 / 21 threads/cm (thread ct)     ground (silk) 0.02 cm (thread dia)     ground (linen) 0.05 cm (thread dia)      embroidery 0.05 cm (thread dia)   Accession #     EA1984.126

Egypt (Asyut) (possible find spot), Near East (place of creation), Cap with diamond-shapes and triangles, 1450 - silk, embroidered with coloured silk; linen lining; band and crown joined with a run-and-fell seam in flax

Woollen Dutch whaler's caps, 17th C. "The men recognized one another only by the pattern of stripes." Rijksmuseum [1].  Caleb Crain @caleb_crain

century hats belonging to Dutch whalemen. The hats were discovered in an archaeological dig conducted in 1980 and were still on the bodies of the sailors.

Muts, lichtbruin en fijn gebreid met omgeslagen rand, anoniem, 1650  Rijksmuseum

Woollen caps worn by Dutch whalers, anonymous, c. 1650 - c.

Woman's cap  Date: 1500–1525  Culture: Italian, Venice  Medium: Linen and silk, metal-wrapped thread, glass beads  Dimensions: L. 9 x W. 7 3/4 inches (22.9 x 19.7 cm)  Classification: Textiles-Embroidered  Accession Number: 16.154.14

Woman's cap Date: 15001525 Culture: Italian, Venice Medium: Linen and silk, metal-wrapped thread, glass beads Dimensions: L. 7 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered

Muts, gebreid, bol van zwarte zijde met ruitvormige, geometrische ornamenten van gouddraad en een omgekrulde rand van effen zwarte zijde, anoniem, 1600

Cap, knitted in black silk and gold thread , anoniem, ca. 1600 - ca.

Muts, dubbel, grof gebreid van meerkleurige wol, met oorkleppen en omgeslagen rand, anoniem, 1650  Rijksmuseum

Hat, double, chunky knit of multicolored wool with ear flaps and folded rim, anonymously, 1650 Rijksmuseum

Cap w Triangles & Stars - Egypt› Cairo › Fustat -  10th - 15th century AD  -   silk, embroidered with coloured silk; linen lining; lining sewn with a run-and-fell seam in flax - Dimensions:     11 cm (height) 13.5 cm (diameter) -     ground fabric (linen), along length/width 18 / 18 threads/cm (thread count) - ground fabric (silk) 0.01 cm (thread diam) -  ground fabric (linen) 0.06 cm (thread diam)    additional fibre, embroidery 0.08 cm (thread diam)  silk, linen,

Cap w Triangles & Stars - Egypt› Cairo › Fustat - - century AD…

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Provenance: century, Nelson Museum and Local History Centre Fiber: two-ply wool

Knitted hat, thick wool, Copenhagen, late 16th or first half of 17th century, National Museum of Denmark

Knitted hat, thick wool, Copenhagen, late or first half of century, National Museum of Denmark Fashioning the Early Modern conference Oct 2011

Extant male clothes of the Renaissance FERDINANDO ORSINI (1549) - Additionally, two knitted coifs, worn on top of eachother, were found. They were knitted of black silk; one with ear pieces and one without. The one without was put on inside-out.

Knitted Silk Mans Coif ~ 1549 ~ San Domenico Maggiore, Naples ~ Ferdinando Orsini was the fifth Duke of Gravina in Southern Italy ~ the hat was buried with him

RISD Museum: Unknown artist, English. Man’s nightcap, ca. 1580. Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, metallic thread, and metal sequins, and trimmed with metallic-thread lace. 25.4 cm (10 inches) (height). Helen M. Danforth Acquisition Fund 1987.042

Man’s nightcap English, ca. 1580 Linen plain weave embroidered with silk, metallic thread, and metal sequins, and trimmed with metallic-thread lace

late 16th - early 17th century volosnik from Nizhny Novgorod . Red silk band embroidered in gilt thread, sprang net.

late - early century volosnik from Nizhny Novgorod . Red silk band embroidered in gilt thread, sprang net.

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