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andrea de pascale

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Collected and purchased from Peter S.C. Parkes in 1983; 1983.20.5

Collected and purchased from Peter S.C. Parkes in 1983; 1983.20.5

450-Dong Minority Ceremonial Crown Hat

450-Dong Minority Ceremonial Crown Hat

Traditional headdress from the Hebron Hills (West Bank, Palestine). Called 'aragiyeh'. Ca. mid-20th century. Embroidered in cross-stitch; embroidered hairbands 'laffayef' of cotton 'dendeki' are bundled at the back; coins Maria Theresa dollars 'abu risheh' and Turkish coins. The embroidered edge of the undercap 'taqiyeh' projects from the edge. | (©British Museum).

Traditional headdress from the Hebron Hills (West Bank, Palestine). Called 'aragiyeh'. Ca. mid-20th century. Embroidered in cross-stitch; embroidered hairbands 'laffayef' of cotton 'dendeki' are bundled at the back; coins Maria Theresa dollars 'abu risheh' and Turkish coins. The embroidered edge of the undercap 'taqiyeh' projects from the edge. | (©British Museum).

Vintage Chinese Longevity Hat  | Rare Birds

Vintage Chinese Longevity Hat | Rare Birds

Antique Chinese Miao Ethnic Minority Child's hat

Antique Chinese Miao Ethnic Minority Child's hat

Tiger Hat from the Book "The Stories of Chinese Children's Hats; Symbolism and Folklore"

Tiger Hat from the Book "The Stories of Chinese Children's Hats; Symbolism and Folklore"

1880 - 1950  For special occasions, Chinese mothers dress their young children in hats representing powerful animals such as tigers. It was believed that tigers frightened away evil spirits and ensured a prosperous future. While fierce in nature, the tiger on this hat is portrayed as non-hostile and charming. Behind each ear is a beautiful embroidered butterfly symbolizing happiness.

1880 - 1950 For special occasions, Chinese mothers dress their young children in hats representing powerful animals such as tigers. It was believed that tigers frightened away evil spirits and ensured a prosperous future. While fierce in nature, the tiger on this hat is portrayed as non-hostile and charming. Behind each ear is a beautiful embroidered butterfly symbolizing happiness.

Тухъя - девичий головной убор, 19 век

Тухъя - девичий головной убор, 19 век

Chinese Yi people's old hand embroidery hat

Chinese Yi people's old hand embroidery hat

564 Ancient Silk Horned Dragon Chinese Child's Hat

564 Ancient Silk Horned Dragon Chinese Child's Hat