Posts tagged edwardian
Posts tagged edwardian
London Lafayette, Portrait of Frances Evelyn Daisy Greville, Countess of Warwick, 1906.
Puppet show, Luna Park, Paris in 1910
Marthe Rioton, c1900
Hat is awesome and all, but this portrait is hauntingly beautiful to me! Look at her face!
Jane Renouardt, c1910
Wow- what a wonderful use of feathers!
Creator Name: Unknown
Creator Name-CRT: Artist not recorded
Title: Advertisting poster for hats for C.A. Browning & Co., Boston
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: 1904
Creation End Date: 1905
Creation Date: 1904-5
Creation Place: France
Object Type: Books
Materials and Techniques: Lithograph, printed in color, on paper
Dimensions: 121.28 x 88.26 cm (47 3/4 x 34 3/4 in.)
Contributor: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Owner Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
ID Number: 1990.511
Credit Line: Mr. and Mrs. John Burbidge
Library Year: 1999
“La Mode en 1910”
HAAAAAAA! Look at that owl! HAHHAHHA!
Ethel Roosevelt in 1908.
1. That hat is spectacular. 2. She is beautiful!
“Morticia Addams could not have dreamed of a more appropriate comb. This mantilla spiderweb was designed by Clément Joyard, c. 1910. He, along with Bonaz, Léon Arbez-Carme, and Marius Camet, were among the famous designers who had their combs made in the celluloid factories of France’s Oyonnax Valley.”
The sweets stall at The Women’s Exhibition, Prince’s Skating Rink, May 1909. The Women’s Exhibition, was organised by the Women’s Social and Political Union primarily as a fund-raising event. Over fifty stalls, decorated in purple, white and green displayed a variety of items for sale that had been donated or made by suffragettes. Alongside the suffragettes running the sweets stall, can be seen Emmeline Pankhurst, to the right of the image. At the top a partial view of the murals designed by Sylvia Pankhurst that decorated the walls of the hall. ©Museum of London
Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1912.
Gibson Plate II, Click for Source.
Such lovely ladies. I adore the Gibson Girl hairstyle!
Diamond Tiara, C. 1910
Sotheby’s, Fine Jewelry, Hong Kong, Oct 5th
Tea at a beach cottage, c.1912
Oh those hats! Love!
Charming simplicity, eh? Well, it is pretty simple to just tear a wing off a bird and stick it in your turban…
~ Chicago Mercantile Co. Pattern Hats, Fall & Winter 1909
via Harvard University Library
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“Charming simplicity is featured in this elegant Velvet and Satin Plush Draped Turban Pattern Hat”