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Cloche of brown shirred beaver with 1-1/2β brim turned down. Hat is embellished with a gold tone leaf pin covered in rhinestones and a silver and gold hatpin in the front. Lining an iridescent orange fabric, hat 7β tall. DATE: Circa 1920.
Cloche, silk covered with clothe netting, entire hat over layed with silver and bronze wiry thread and small randomly placed embroidered designs in pink, magenta, shades of green, orchid and purple and ilver sequins sewn along the circumference and body of the hat. The rim of the hat has a slight curve, and on one side extends 2β down to a point. The is lining 2β of brown silk along the rim and rest in brown plaid silk. Mayrose Hat, New York. DATE: Mid1920s into the 30s.
Cloche style hat, black felt 5β crown with a 2β brim with a band of grosgrain ribbon and one large magenta velvet rose. Inside of hat stamped βHenry Pollack Inc., NY, w/logo and the word βRitz,β Union Made Label #952862. DATE: Circa 1936.
Wide brimmed green felt lampshade style hat, 3-1/2β brim turned down, decorated with 4 loops of the green felt and 1 red feather. Brown veil with circular pattern in the netting. DATE: Circa 1933.
Woven straw hat, flat crown, 7β diameter, with a 1-1/2β brim. Pink velvet ribbon around the crown and one pink silk rose on velvet covered wire. Pink veil. Label βBetty Jane Original.β DATE: 1930s.
Helmet Cloche, blue shimmery fabric, crown has pattern of alternating tight gray horsehair stitching and blue embroidery rotating down in a circular spiral from center of crown to body of the hat; upturned brim in same pattern; same blue embroidery thread used to create diamond shape outlines over pieces of black velvet and pink, rose, melon, and cream pieces of silk, covered w/cream netting and lace and randomly placed small round bronze beads; orange lining. DATE: Circa 1924.
Helmet Cloche, light beige netting stitched in 1/2β widths wraps around hat from top of crown to brim in circular spiral. From just above the brim on one side, the netting folds over and across the front of the hat, the 1-1/2β brim woven in gold color and turns down except at center of back where it is stitched up. The lining is in self fabric and is an integral part of the hat because it is visible through the netting. Circa 1928.