Man's cap - beautiful embroidery. The egg-headed Sir Gerald Cavendish wears one when "at home". MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE
Victorian Burgundy Panne Velvet Embroidered Smoking Hat
Victorian Burgundy Panne Velvet Embroidered Smoking Hat from karensfinds on Ruby Lane
Nightcap, 18th century
Man's smoking cap | Probably made in Turkey, Asia, circa 1870's | Multicolored cotton, wool, and metal-wrapped thread tapestry weave; silk velvet; cotton and metal-wrapped thread tassel | Philadelphia Museum of Art
Man’s cap, England, late 16th century. Silk embroidered in silk and metallic yarns in split, back and couching stitches.
Man's cap, 18th century. Grey blue velvet with stamped floral pattern; brim, red velvet. In each section of crown roughly trefoil shaped ornaments of appliqué red velvet and silk and metal brocade, pendant from appliqué narrow gold ribbon.
Flower Pair with Gold Sequins and Silver Beads 2.5" x 5.5"