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  • Bonnet de marché en soie noire

    3 reviews

    Le bonnet de marché est un couvre-chef polyvalent du XVIIIe siècle. Le noir est de loin la couleur la plus courante pour les bonnets du marché, dont beaucoup étaient en soie. C’est vraiment une pièce qui convient à tout le monde. La simple bordure en nœud ajoute une touche classique. Ce sont des tailles uniques.

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    08/02/2023
    Fredricka O.
    United States

    I've been pleased with everything I've purchased from Samson Historical. You're a great resource. I have an 1806 NH Tavern museum and an 1816 Post Office Museum. Your offerings have been a great help. Thank you. Fredricka Olson

    JY
    09/28/2020
    Julie Y.
    United States United States

    Black bonnet

    I wish that it came with the historical references to it. I work at a living history museum and need to find historical references to what I wear if it’s something other than what I’m given.

    EH
    08/01/2020
    Elaine H.
    United States United States

    Black Silk Bonnet

    I am very pleased with the bonnet. It was a very good purchase.