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Ombrello

Green cotton parasol American, late century United States Dimensions 86 cm in.) Medium or Technique Cotton Classification Costumes

Green damask with large-scale floral design; cut scalloped edge; straight black wooden handle with knob. Ivory knob on top. ca. 1720

Parasol American, century Green damask with large-scale floral design; faded on top; straight black wooden handle with knob at end; ivory knob on top; said to have been made from “Hannah Emerson’s Wedding Dress, about MFA

Costume Parisien, 1811, From the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs via SceneInThePast flickr. plate 1152

Costume Parisien, 1811, From the Bibliothèque des Arts Décoratifs via SceneInThePast flickr. plate 1152

Umbrella | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Late 18th Century to Early 19th century

Green silk umbrella, brass ferule with ring, ten whale bone ribs with brass tips, wooden stick with turned handle, "AR" carved in handle.

Parasol, Second half 19thc., taffeta and silk fringe

French Parasol at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Parasols such as this one were popular accessories in the century, as it was still the fashion for women to have fair skin. The parasols offered a greater degree of protection from the sun than hats did.

Parasol: ca. 1690-1710, with a deck of brocaded silk on a frame and stick with handle of wood, painted and gilded.

ephemeral-elegance: Chenille Trimmed Silk Brocade Parasol with Gilded Handle, ca. via Rijksmuseum

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