The Hats and Headdresses ClipArt gallery offers 132 images of various headwear throughout the ages for both men and women.

A woman's head dress, having long flaps hanging down the sides of the cheeks, worn during the early part of the eighteenth century.

Pinner

A woman's head dress, having long flaps hanging down the sides of the cheeks, worn during the early…

A sovereign crown of Egypt, composed of the tall pointed miter, or white crown, of southern Egypt, combined with te red crown, square in front and rising to a point behind, of northern Egypt.

Pschent

A sovereign crown of Egypt, composed of the tall pointed miter, or white crown, of southern Egypt, combined…

A head dress for women, derived from the East, and adopted in Spain in the thirteenth century.

Pshem

A head dress for women, derived from the East, and adopted in Spain in the thirteenth century.

The feathered crest of Sir Thomas de Saint Quintin.

Crest of Sir Thomas de Saint Quintin

The feathered crest of Sir Thomas de Saint Quintin.

"A caul or coif of network for covering the hair, worn by women during the day as well as the night. it appears to have been sometimes made of gold threads, and likewise of silk and other materials. This kind of covering for the head was very ancient, for it is mentioned by Homer; and it also appears to have been very commonly used in later times. it is seen on the head of the nymph in the following cut, taken from a painting found at Pompeii, which represents a nymph approaching Neptune." — Smith, 1873

Reticulum

"A caul or coif of network for covering the hair, worn by women during the day as well as the night.…

This lady's sailor hat is designed with a large ribbon in the center.

Lady's Sailor Hat

This lady's sailor hat is designed with a large ribbon in the center.

"Steeple Head-dress. From Viollet-le-Duc." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Steeple Head-dress

"Steeple Head-dress. From Viollet-le-Duc." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Tiara or Tiaras, a hat with a large high crown. This was the head-dress which characterized the north-western Asiatics, and more especially the Armenians, Parthians, and Persians, as distinguished from the Greeks and Romans, whose hats fitted the head, or had only a low crown. The king of Persia wore an erect tiara, whilst those of his subjects were soft and flexible, falling on one side. The Persian name for this regal head-dress was cidaris. " &mdash Smith; 1873

Tiara

"Tiara or Tiaras, a hat with a large high crown. This was the head-dress which characterized the north-western…

Various turbans.

Turban

Various turbans.

"The Crown Vallary is a circlet of gold, with palisades fixed to the rim and rising above it."—Aveling, 1891

Crown Vallary

"The Crown Vallary is a circlet of gold, with palisades fixed to the rim and rising above it."—Aveling,…

"Vitta, or plural vittae, a ribbon or fillet, is to be considered, as an ordinary portion of female dress. Also as a decoration of sacred person and sacred things." &mdash Smith; 1873

Vitta

"Vitta, or plural vittae, a ribbon or fillet, is to be considered, as an ordinary portion of female…

An artificial covering of hair for the head.

Wig

An artificial covering of hair for the head.