"An example in which the type of a particular head-gear is exhibited with no less of moderation than of accuracy." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Butterfly Head-dress

"An example in which the type of a particular head-gear is exhibited with no less of moderation than…

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of Edward I

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Female head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

This is a lady's gorget. It covers the head and wraps around the neck.

Lady's Gorget

This is a lady's gorget. It covers the head and wraps around the neck.

Grecian female head-dress

Grecian female head-dress

Grecian female head-dress

"Head-dress from Effigy of countess of Laucaster." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Head-dress

"Head-dress from Effigy of countess of Laucaster." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"The strange male head-gear of the French. It shows the upper part of the scarf when hanging down, and often was treated as a hood for occasional use only." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Head-dress

"The strange male head-gear of the French. It shows the upper part of the scarf when hanging down, and…

"The Angular Head-dress of Elizabeth, Queen of Henry VII." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Head-dress

"The Angular Head-dress of Elizabeth, Queen of Henry VII." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"One of the least extravagant and tasteless forms of fashionable head-dress of the 18th century." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Head-dress

"One of the least extravagant and tasteless forms of fashionable head-dress of the 18th century." —…

"A moderate form of the head-dress." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Horned Head-dress

"A moderate form of the head-dress." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress from the time of the Plantagenets

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

Male head-dress, 15th century England

"Miter, or Mitre, is a form of head-dress worn by the inhabitants of Asia Minor; a head-band. In religion, the head-dress of a bishop. The episcopal miter was doubtless suggested by that of the Jewish high priest."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Miter

"Miter, or Mitre, is a form of head-dress worn by the inhabitants of Asia Minor; a head-band. In religion,…

"An eastern head-dress, sometimes spoken of as a characteristic of the Phrygians. It was also the name of the head-band or head-dress worn by Greek women, which was made of close materials. It must be distinguished from the reticulum, made of net." — Smith, 1873

Mitra

"An eastern head-dress, sometimes spoken of as a characteristic of the Phrygians. It was also the name…

"Drawn from a portrait of Elizabeth of York when young, in stained glass at Little Malvern." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Mitre Head-dress

"Drawn from a portrait of Elizabeth of York when young, in stained glass at Little Malvern." —…

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

Steeple Head-dress

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

This tiara is a head-dress made with sapphires and diamonds. It is part of the jewels of the Queen of Spain.

Tiara

This tiara is a head-dress made with sapphires and diamonds. It is part of the jewels of the Queen of…