Precious Hat, Silver Embroidery, South Germany, Circa 1820 flag

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"Precious Hat, Silver Embroidery, South Germany, Circa 1820"
"Sun" headdress (because of the shiny sequins), very finely embroidered in relief with silver threads in scrolls. It is a little crushing bun crush, abundantly embroidered in cannetille, sequins and silver blades, on a background of solid striped fabric. It was worn by wealthy women in and around Munich at the end of the 18th century and until the middle of the 19th century.
Embroidered on a rigid padded cardboard base, it is a Riegelhaube: The journalist writer August Lewald wrote at the beginning of the 19th century: The bun cover is very popular, particularly elegant for young Munich women, a very particular hairstyle that is unlike any other in Germany "
Dimensions: 15cm x 13cm.
Good condition, little wear on this hairstyle from 2 centuries
UPS shipping tracked, from France, Tel: 0665241111
Price: 250 €
Artist: Art Populaire
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition: Bon état

Material: Cannetille d'argent
Length: 15cm
Width: 13cm

Reference: 595914
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