Monday, October 11, 2010

Victorian Bonnets

Here are some examples of Mid-Victorian Bonnets I have made for myself and others.
This garish and sweet ensemble happens to be one of my favorite bonnets that I have made. In design, it is very simple sporting a mint green bias tape trim on the edges, two pink ostrich plumes, pink and cream flowers and a large pink bird. This Bonnet happens to be FOR SALE! Please feel free to e-mail me for price details.

This lovely bonnet was made for the mother of the most wonderful American Duchess of It is decorated with lavendar bias tape trim on the edges, ivory pleated lace in the middle with white deocrative trim, and was kept simple with small lavendar bows, cream and purple flowers, and small ostrich plume with sage green bonnet tie. A small dark purple bird is nestled among the ostrich plume.

Here I have presented a maroon felt base decorated for upper-class ladies. It is complete with white and red poinsettas, gold silk flowers, false pinecones and acorns, a large bird and green bonnet ties. It also includes a old tassel, four small pheasant feathers and a small ostrich plume. The inside is decorated with ivory lace. This bonnet is FOR SALE! Please inquire via e-mail for price details.

I am openly taking comissions for Victorian Bonnets right now. If you wish to have a custom Bonnet made or even one of the two for sale on this page, please e-mail me and in the subjet line put "Bonnets" so that I know you are not spam! Thank you very much for your interest, and I hope to be up to my elbows in work soon!

1 comment:

  1. I know this post is several year old, but I love that last Christmas one, and I would like to know how much you charged for it, and if you would consider making another.

    Thanks. Tracy