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Man's Cap, white cord quilted

1700-1750
Origin: England
H: 7"; Diameter: 8 1/2"
Cotton, linen stitching threads, cotton cording
Museum Purchase
Acc. No. 1952-125
Man's cap of white cotton stitched with linen running stitches and cord-quilted with cotton fillings to cotton backing. The quilting is worked in a design of floral sprays.The cap is constructed with a high domed crown in two pieces with shaping darts and a turned-up cuff.

Construction History:

1. 1700-1750: Initial Construction
2. December 22, 1953: Cleaning, repairing, restoring by Ernest LoNano for Margaret Hunter Shop.
Provenance:Ex Coll: Mrs. DeWitt Clinton Cohen.