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I can just imagine the telephone operators plugging in the wires to connect callers! This hat is one you would expect to see in a 1950's Vogue Magazine spread with a matching red dress or suit. Sheer taupe over wire with bunches of silk flowers around the brim. Would have been worn (I believe) in the scene below. In excellent condition with just a bit of lace missing only on the inside. I try to find those that are special enough to add to a hat collection as well as pretty enough to wear if you want. The never worn hat with the original hangtag from the 1950s. I love the telephone number on the card, "Upton 144". Netting is never perfect, but great that it's still on. I spend all my spare time looking for the best original flapper headpieces! Olive as one of the influential designers of the century. Excellent condition with just a bit if darkening of straw in one spot (see photo). Blush pink "Lampshade" shape fully covered with gathered material and a large ivory bow with ostrich feathers. Would have been worn (I believe) in the scene below. I have other Irene Sharaff hats available below from a year earlier from "Funny Girl". Not the cheap materials you might expect from an "extra"... to the point that you would hardly know it's a costume piece. I really don't have much more information on this other than you looking at the photos. Even looks like the in vogue "banana curls" at the back. As with everything else, I'm very picky about the hats I sell.
with only one small area of oxidation on one earpiece (see photos).... :) These will fit a larger head size or smaller, so depending on your head and how much hair you have, just bend to fit. This one is a simple, basic shape stiff molded two-tone straw hat in hot pink and strong candy pink with that sweet "button flap" on the one side!
I wear a size 6.5, and these fit, but better for a size 6. Shaped to be worn with the Gibson Girl hairdo (as you see on the head) so it sits on top of the hair. down to the same cocoa brown color and identical detailing of the curtain shading the neck ("bavolet"). Do you know how hard it is to be both the model and the photographer... The hat is a silk faille in a unique chartreuse color with off-white and light yellow yarn embroidery. ) If I had a collection, it would be of 20s headpieces. The rhinestones are all prong set and mine cut (high centers) and they are still bright white and shiny. which means it's small and meant to be worn on the crown of the head... Nice design with the gold beads encircling the back and the edge, and then gold burnished sequins all over the rest all over black netting. Adventurine is a translucent greenish quartz mineral, that is internally granular. I can pretty much date this hat thanks to Judy Garland, who wore a similar hat to her "A Star is Born" premier in 1954! her hat might have been from Lilly Dache as she was the premier hat designer from the era! Excellent condition (though as always, the flower needs a steaming to perk it up and the black velvet trim could use a little stitch or two. This one is a dark tan or mocha colored grosgrain fabric hat with matching grosgrain ribbon and matching flower at front. And the hats from the 1870's are the ones that seem to have the long ribbon tails in fashion. Pretty RARE shaped hat (or toque for those of you who know that a toque is a hat without a brim).
I'm assuming the theme of these shoes is "Why Don't You Keep in Touch? and this hat has one of the nicer interior bands (see photos). The gold metallic lace with turquoise colored "jewels" or beads shown throughout, along with blue metallic floss detail... Soft light aqua velvet would have been backed with same color netting (that seems to be the only area that has issues (perhaps there were flower decorations there? The only other issue is that is likely would have had a silk lining inside the crown that is missing, but it's unnecessary, just looks messy from the inside. This hat is miroir velvet ("mirror" velvet - so shiny! Has the original matching netting and the hat is covered with matching "leaves" with matching bugle beads. The bonnet in the book is slightly more elaborate, but certainly looks as though it was created by the same milliner... Always made from a base metal, some are silvertone, some in goldtone metal. from a lot, and I don't really deal in new shoes, so .... The butterfly body is accented with an adventurine cabochon and a black faceted stone. Ivory Satin Hat with Rhinestones, Sequins and Dangle Beads! Right now it's my fingers, but I think your hair would look better. You probably have heard that Jackie Kennedy wore "pillbox" hats. They just sit on top of the head and can be round or square. What Jackie Kennedy became famous for wearing, so if it's good enough for her... I only know that from the other hat I have from that museum that is numbered 1899, and it's definitely not from the 1890's! Excellent condition with just one pearl missing from one ornament mostly hidden under feather. it's not original and you can remove or keep on as it helps to wear it. 1888 Victorian Black Velvet Bonnet with Jet Beads, Ostrich Feather and Touch of Purple! Even though it's called a bicorn, it's more in the shape of a football (please don't try throwing this around the backyard! Caramel colored straw with darker coffee colored velvet ribbon trim, covered with gorgeous pink silk peonies (my favorite flower! I usually prefer black to brown, but I have to say that this hat may change my mind!
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Please contact us if you have found inappropriate content. There is a wonderful 1962 Chicago Tribune article about her at: So now on to this hat. It's mentioned in the article that the interior of the hats are as lovely as the exterior... This would have been quite an expensive hat when new. Great for hat or Schiaparelli collectors to go with the Iconic. I have had a number of black gowns of the era with sequins which would have been a smashing topper for that. So similar to a hat featured in Susan Langley's "Hats & Bonnets" book, on page 71, listed as a "Milliner's Masterpiece" - and given one of the highest price estimates in the entire book! Excellent condition (like what you might see in a department store with a pair of shoes on display). The Tiffany-like Stained Glass Butterfly Motif is featured on this comb with a brass oxidated plating with black, sea green and milky transparent epoxy. All topped with multicolor coral/rose, white and purple silk flowers and a tall egret jet beaded ornament! There is a number on the tag of 1897, but that's just a museum number. Pretty RARE shaped hat (or toque for those of you who know that a toque is a hat without a brim). I wear a 6.5 M (and I have a slightly wide foot so I need on the wider side of M), and these go on me... It allowed her boss to give stored exclusive rights to certain labels. Some of her other labels were: Lemington, Miss Luci, Sam Budwig, Ronnie, Lucylle Smith, Gilbert, Junior B, Mark III, Suzi B and Mademoiselle Hats. It's a black straw wide brim picture hat with tons of gradated color silk lilacs with green stems and leaves along with the original hat pin in place. So I love to find the ultimate Schiaparelli hat in that signature color! or you could easily refer to it as a "butterfly" hat. A very tall hat that is meant to be worn on your Gibson Girl hairdo. Even includes a 'Certificate of Authenticity' from 20th Century Fox. Here's one of those Victorian bonnets you shouldn't have to live without! Black wired hat covered in black netting, sequins, beads. Deaccessioned from a museum with the original museum tag still dangling. Teens / WWI Era Straw Bicorn Toque Hat Trimmed in Flowers and Velvet! Even though it's called a bicorn, it's more in the shape of a football (please don't try throwing this around the backyard! Caramel colored straw with darker coffee colored velvet ribbon trim, covered with gorgeous pink silk peonies (my favorite flower! The last one I had was in near mint condition and sold for 85. Seems the hat had a matching pink nose veil originally according to the museum tag. NOTE: I've contacted a few museums to check on the authenticity of these glasses, and have found that there were a few slightly different versions (in various museums), some with the grommets, some without. IN THE ORIGINAL BOX which stamped with "Made in France" and handwritten in pencil, "8 pieces Courreges". Sadly 970 Flatbush Ave is now a Popeye's Chicken fast food place. Black netting at front for that mystery (you can always wear the veil up). I gave it a start, but I keep burning myself on the steamer, so rather than having me end up in the hospital, I figured you'd wear as is, or have you take care of it! you do know that even back in 1800, hats were trimmed and then re-trimmed by the owner to change the look or to match the outfit worn. However, I have two left thumbs so I don't sew or clean... This velvet toque shape hat is covered with stitched edged graduated colored velvet in "fruit" shapes with green leaves. Great for hat or Schiaparelli collectors to go with the Iconic. Evelyn Varon is often mentioned in list of great milliners of the era. Always made from a base metal, some are silvertone, some in goldtone metal... The rhinestones are all prong set and mine cut (high centers) and they are still bright white and shiny (so surprising!! This is one of those true headbands that have an elastic at the back which holds on your head. Olive's creations found customers among designer houses like Oscar de la Renta and Pauline Trigere, as well as leading department stores including Bloomingdales, I. This one is a wire base covered with black lace and black netting. The factory was based in Los Angeles with hundreds of employees. I'm sort of at a loss to tell you what someone might have worn this with, but if you are a fashionista... I pretty much guarantee you won't see many other people wearing one! Excellent condition with the exception of the fact that there is light large spot at the front (see photos). Not sure if it was worn down over the forehead as I show, or more back of the head as was more the style in the 1960s. There was likely a lining inside originally as it's a bit messy now (only on the inside) without it. The ties at front are held together with a fairly old straight pin. Don't know when that pin was first put there, and perhaps it confirms that this front bow was originally sewn together as you see it now.