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A nylon dress and petticoat for an infant. The garments are very simply designed with a short yoke and a rounded neck on the front. The back of the petticoat has a "V"-shaped split which is tied with two sets of attached ties. The arms holes, neck and hem are all trimmed with white lace. The dress has small cap sleeves and a collar. It is completely trimmed with lace.
A white wool infant's dress with a square neckline. The yoke of the dress is knitted with a circular knit and a silver ribbon is fitted around the waist. The skirt and sleeves of the dress are knitted with an open design leaf pattern. On the top of the shoulders are two pearl buttons.
A white lawn, hand made infant's bonnet. There are two fine drawstring ties inserted at the front of bonnet that are fixed at one side and another tie located 5cm below which is also fixed. Around the front edge of the bonnet is a 4cm-strip of eyelet and floral embroidery. There is a circular insertion of the same embroidery at the back of the bonnet. There are two bands of extremely fine hem stitching on either side of front band.
A white cotton bonnet covered in broderie anglaise. There are two groups of pin-tucks divided by a 2.5cm-wide band of embroidery. The bonnet is gathered at the back into a circular insertion and trimmed with a narrow piece of scalloped lace.
An infant's handmade broderie anglaise bonnet with drawstring tie. There is a fine hem around the edges and two tiny handmade loops at the lower front edges possibly through which ribbon ties were threaded.
A cream-coloured lace bonnet with remains of peach coloured silk ties in bunches at either side. There is one remaining tie. The bonnet mainly consists of narrow strips of lace joined together and backed with netting. It is trimmed with scalloped lace and there is a lace medallion inserted at the back. Pale blue French knots decorate the outermost strip of lace.
A bonnet made of coarse cotton filet lace with a double frill of crocheted lace around the outside edges. It has a plain cotton back and cotton ties.
An infant's bonnet made of line and consisting of fine lines of eyelet lace and pintucks. The bottom has a ruffle that has been shaped with pulled cording.
A cream-coloured crepe-de-chine infant's bonnet with cream-coloured silk ties that have been pleated and attached to the sides of the bonnet. There is a 3cm wide band across the face that has been decorated with French knots and a 7cm wide lace trim on either side. The back of the bonnet has also been decorated with French knots. A 12cm-wide crocheted medallion has been inserted into the back of the bonnet.
A white cotton bonnet with a fold back front piece and 9cm lace trimmed points on each side. There are wide cotton ties in matching fabric.
A dark cream-coloured crocheted bonnet with a ribbon woven through the edge.
A cream-coloured cotton bonnet with lines of cording at the sides and frills at the edges. The tie strings are attached at the front.
A cream-coloured silk and wool machine-made bonnet with a turned back front edge trimmed with powder blue blanket stitching. The neckline is trimmed in the same way. The bonnet has a powder-blue tie.
A cream-coloured knitted infant's bonnet with holes for ribbon across the neckline.
An infant's cream-coloured knitted bonnet with remnants of ribbon ties.
A knitted cream-coloured wool infant's pixie hood- style bonnet. The bonnet has peak at the top, a folded back garter stitched opening and a white silk ribbon loop tie.