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This bonnet probably belonged to Mrs Fletcher of White Farrows Farm in West Hallam, Derbyshire. She was the donor's great-grandmother and she came from a generation of farmers. It is typical of the style of bonnet that women wore in the countryside during the period 1800-1900 to protect their eyes and complexion from the sun.

Details

  • Title: Bonnet
  • Creator: Unknown
  • Date Created: 1850/1890
  • Location: Great Britain
  • Physical Dimensions: Height: 370 cm maximum, Width: 240 cm maximum, Depth: 250 cm maximum
  • Provenance: Given by Tita Parker and Kenneth Carlyle-Parker
  • Medium: Printed cotton twill stiffened with cord and lined with undyed linen, hand-stitched

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