3014 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Scarf, square with geometric design woven in black and white, silk, Sheilagh Brown, London, 1987
Sunglasses, brown plastic wood-effect frames, Stephen Rothholz for Jasper Conran, London, 1980s
Sunglasses, black and white rectangular frames, Stephen Rothholz for BOY London, London, 1980s
Harvest festival bonnet for a girl, c.1950s
blue felt skull cap decorated with flowers for a girl, 1950s
Silver wire wreath made of silver wire and decorated with wax orange blossom. Worn by Erica Ferguson for her wedding to Herbert Barker in 1926.
Boys Sailor Hat
Boy's sailor hat with accompanying ribbon, made in England in the 1920s
[Hat] Boy's sailor hat, made in England in the 1920s
[Ribbon] Black satin ribbon for a boy's sailor hat, made in England in the 1920s
Textile, kerchief, tie-dyed cotton, Gauhati, ca. 1855-1879
WomanGirl with Snood, 1973 by Barbara Nessim
Crystal radio set
Two-wave crystal receiver radio set, with instruction sheet and WWII headphones that were purchased in the same set as the radio, though they were almost certainly not part of the same set
[Radio] Two-wave crystal receiver radio set in a case.
[Headphones] World War Two headphones with metal ear pieces, a metal headband and a separate fabric headband in khaki colouring.
[Leaflet] Folded instruction sheet on orange paper, with the title 'Norman H. Field' at the top.
Sepia photograph of Marion Pascoe in a white dress and bonnet pushing a pram filled with dolls. Mounted on a thick card frame.
Drawing for Nike San Francisco Women's Marathon campaign by Daisy de Villeneuve, 2009
Fashion illustration for Stephen Jones hat by Barbara Hulanicki
Scarf 'Motion' from the Alchemy Collection, digitally printed silk chiffon, designed by Cristian Zuzunaga, Italy, 2009
Square silk scarf, used in stage conjuring tricks
Two workshop costume designs laid down on a sheet of paper. Costume designs for Sir Henry Irving's production of Coriolanus, which opened at the Lyceum Theatre on 15 April 1901.
Silk handkerchief, used in stage conjuring tricks
Photograph, 'Kepi I' from the series 'Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder' by Nontsikelelo 'Lolo' Veleko, South Africa, 2003-06, printed 2010.
Wedding wreath of mulded glass, probably made in France, ca. 1932.
Lamé wedding wreath with tulle veil, Great Gritain, ca. 1920.
Poster, religious, paper laminated and printed with coloured inks, young boy in front of a cave, Iran, ca. 1990.
Sketch of a woman wearing an aigrette, for jewellery design, by Auguste Pageot
Glazed straw boater hat with grosgrain ribbon, Christy's, Great Britain, mid 1990s
Turban cloth, Rabari, woven cotton with red, grey and yellow bands, Kutch, early 20th century.
Jewellery design for a headpiece/tiara by Auguste Pageot, coloured
Jewellery design for an aigrette with feather on a woman by Auguste Pageot, in white
Scarf made of striped silk, Great Britain, 1900-1929
Scarf, black and white knitted wool, Great Britain, 1994; part of Young British Radical outfit.
Sunglasses, black plastic, Ray Ban Wayfarers, United States, 1980s; part of Matt Black Minimal outfit, UK, 1984-88.
Scarf of printed organdie and chiffon, designed by Joyce Clissold for Footprints, Great Britain, 1940s
Scarf, made by Burberry, Great Britain, 1988.
Scarf made by Burberry, Great Britain, 1988.
Scarf for the band Child, sold as fan merchandise to be waved at concerts.
Photograph, 21st century Lambda print, elaborately made-up young woman holding a doll in front of blooming bush, 'Blooming #3', Miles Aldridge, Great Britain, 2007.
Cardboard visor printed with cartoon portraits of The Who, 1975.
Head scarf of printed silk, designed by Polly Hope, made for Van Laak, made in Italy, 1984.
Head scarf of printed silk, designed by Theo Crosby, made for Van Laak, made in Italy, 1984.
Poster advertising 'Make your own Delysia scarf today with Drummer Dyes' in the Daily Mail
'Shape Folk' game made in England by P. Brimblecombe in 1983
Watercolour portrait drawing of a man in military dress and armour with a plumed helmet by C. Sutton.
Man's top-hat, originally cream-coloured beaver plush, now oxidised to a dark creamy-tan colour.
The crown consists of a pieced openwork headband, at the back of which is attached an elongated tear-drop shaped upright projection with a pointed finial in sheet silver. This is ornamented with applied beaded, die-struck bands and chains with shield-shaped pendants. It it is fixed to the headband with a removable circular boss which is set at the top with a small piece of faceted ruby-coloured red glass.
Adjustable headband of beige plastic with the front half of a teddy bear head at each end; child's; Plastic and fur fabric, Foreign ?, 1980-1988
Cloth doll representing an Indian adult male in white and red garments with a blue turban; India, 1930-39
Party hat in the shape of a peaked cap in red, blue and black crepe paper with black card brim and with a star on the top, 1920-1939
Party hat in a turban shape, in orange crepe paper and with decorated with a bow of twisted lilac crepe paper, 1920-1939
Baby's bonnet, white knitted cotton with frilled brim and circular pattern on the top; British or Dutch, late 19th century
Girl's bonnet, white knitted cotton with zigzag edge and horseshoe-shaped crown, Dutch?, ca.1900
F, muslin, 1820-1830, English; White, embroidered net insertions, 7 puffs
Child's headband of pale pink ribbon; made in the USA, about 1984
Greenock 332: helmet, balaclava and hat for a toddler; published in the UK by the Scotch Wool Shop, 1960-69
Punch and Judy glove puppets, vinyl and cloth, made in Hong Kong, 1965 - 1980
For a baby: knitted in pale blue yarn, the brim embroidered with white daisies; English, c.1930
For a baby: mob cap of white cotton, printed in navy blue with a mock patchwork pattern, foreign ?, ca. 1985
Cream-coloured silk satin trimmed in swansdown, for a baby girl, made in England 1920
White artificial silk, lined with white cotton and trimmed with white ribbon, English, ca.1916
For a baby: knitted in cream coloured wool, the brim embroidered with garlands of blue flowers, English, c.1930
For a baby: beige knitted cotton, with sprays of roses in beads; UK, 1800-50
Child's knitted helmet-shaped cap of cream-coloured wool with coloured bands, British ?, 1970-83
Blue plastic with a red/silver foil windmill at the top of each of the two antennae, made in Taiwan, 1982
Yellow plastic headband with two coiled wire antennae, each with a gold-coloured star at the top; Taiwanese, 1982
For a girl: moulded white plastic, decorated with plastic feathers and flowers, English, 1960
For a child: cambric, hood-shaped with frills; made in England, 1801-1901
For a baby: cream-coloured satin trimmed with cream-coloured ribbon; England, 1893
St.Nicholas, copy of 19th C. engraving; Paper, French, Images d'Epinal, 1982
For a baby: ivory-coloured lace set with partly embroidered medallions and crown, and trimmed with ribbon loops; Belgium, 1825-75
White lawn decorated with tucking and lace insertion, England, ca. 1851 The donor wishes no family information to be published on labels etc
For a girl: plaited straw trimmed with dark red silk ribbon, belonged to a child born in 1847 who died in 1849; made in England, ca. 1847
Girls school hat
Uniform hat of Harvington School, Ealing; black and yellow hatband and school badge with motto 'Vincit Omnia Veritas'; boater; Straw, British, c.1980
Wool, maroon, black and white, British, 1969
For a child: white cambric with eight drawstrings, and edged with two frills trimmed with lace; made in England, 1850-1920
For a child: white cambric, embroidered with stylized floral patterns in white silk, England, 1850-1920
For a child: white cambric with eight drawstrings, the embroidered crown with a scalloped edge, English, 1850-1920
For a baby: cream-coloured muslin decorated with carnations and stylized flowers worked in matching silks, England, 1800-25
For a baby: white cambric embroidered with flowers and foliage; the brim has five drawstrings and there is another at the neck; England, 1800-25
For a baby: cream-coloured muslin embroidered with geometric and floral motifs, England, 1800-25
For a baby: white embroidered cotton, the strings with scalloped edges; England, 1800-25
For a baby: white lawn embroidered with Ayrshire work leaves and flowers, some incomplete, in white thread, made in England, 1825-50
For a child: clear plastic sunglasses with tinted lenses; probably made in Hong Kong 1930-50
Costume for a Huntsman / Courtier in Swan Lake designed by Alexandre Golovine, Moscow 1901. Tunic with long sleeves cut into lappets of deep maroon silk decorated with sapphire velvet stylized motifs.
Cap for unidentified character in Swan Lake designed by Alexandre Golovine, Moscow 1901. High crowned bonnet of black velvet with deep stiffened sides. Around the edge is a decorative silver chain and at centre front an oval with beaded edge.
Cap for unidentified character in Swan Lake designed by Alexandre Golovine, Moscow 1901. Fore and aft cap with stiffened brim of black velvet lined with blue cotton.
Cap for unidentified character in Swan Lake designed by Alexandre Golovine, Moscow 1901. Fore and aft cap with stiffened brim, the soft crown of silver tinsel cloth, the brim of black velvet.
Cap for unidentified character in Swan Lake designed by Alexandre Golovine, Moscow 1901. Fore and aft cap with stiffened brim, the soft crown of deep rose red silk, the brim of black velvet.
Costume for Lady Psyche in Arthur Sullivan's opera Princess Ida, designed by James Wade. High padded 'turban' headdress with flat, shelf-like projecting crown and shaped high front of white cloth. Lactticed back in green-blue Russia braid with large green blue studs at each cross over. Flat top trimmed with a black feather in a black filigree mount.
Baby's bonnet of Valenciennes lace with silk ribbons made in Belgium in the mid-nineteenth century