Coif | (ENGLAND) | NGV - Stunning early 17th century embroidered coif with stylized borage flowers. Accession NumberD152-1977
1600-1620 English Coif with forehead cloth at the Glasgow Museums, Glasgow - From the curators' comments: "It was customary for married women in the seventeenth century to cover their head. Coifs, a form of cap, such as this example, were worn informally at home. The accompanying forehead cloth is a rare survivor. These were often added when women were ill."
1590-1670: A Woman's Hat, made of a single piece of felt from beaver fur, with pack threads visible at the base of the crown and the initials 'FM' stamped on the crown, England. Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
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“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing)
“Sew 17th century Challenge” – The Bodice (part 3 – Finishing) at Fashion Through History