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ca 1653 Portrait of a Woman Adriaen Hanneman (Dutch, The Hague The Hague)

"The Lacemaker" by Nicolaes Maes, 1656-57. We call very young children “toddlers” because they toddle around, wobbling on new legs and generally motoring about in a haphazard fashion. Since they haven’t quite got the hang of being graceful, they often fall down. To protect them, 17th century mothers would make pudding caps. Pudding caps were soft, quilted “helmets” that would help protect a child’s fragile skull from dangerous bumps.

Playing Dress Up: Kid’s Clothing in the 17th century

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Evert Collier — Young Girl Holding a Doll in an Interior with a Maid Sweeping Behind

17th century French/German (Strasbourg) Goblet at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

17th century French/German (Strasbourg) Goblet at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

17th century new york dutch - Google Search

17th century new york dutch - Google Search

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Mengs, Anton Raphael - Maria Luisa of Bourbon Spagna, granduchessa di Toscana - 1770 - Prado.

17th century French Toiletry case (shown open) at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

17th century French Toiletry case (shown open) at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Georges de La Tour (1593—1652),Франция

This masterpiece was painted by famous century French painter Georges de la Tour - and is titled 'The Cheat'

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