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Sunday, May 8, 2011

Edwardian style

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This is the latest addition to my 'Premier' millinery collection


Many years ago I was given a collection of silk pieces that had been used by my great uncle in his work. They are beautiful pieces and I keep them for my Premier collection and special orders.

For this hat I chose a heavy cream silk with tiny scrolled designs. A band of matching silk charmeuse has been draped around the rounded crown.

 The underside of the curled brim has been faced with delicate cream habotai silk which I hand-ruched to give texture.
 I love the mix of autumnal colours with the cream and each of these silk flowers has been handmade by me using traditional millinery methods. The curled quill comes from a selection brought from a feather farm in Ireland.
 .And as always the interior is lined and finished as you would expect, with the Miss Amelia label.

This little piece is 12th scale and can be worn by a doll or displayed in your miniature scene.

Hope you like it! :)








3 comments:

minisdecris said...

Precioso¡¡¡ Hay veces que me gustaría que los sombreros siguieran siendo parte necesaria de nuestro vestuario (solo a veces;)

Janine Crocker said...

A mi también Cris...que pena que no nos movamos en esa clase de circulo LOL!

Kat the hat lady! said...

Beautiful as always! :-)

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