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Manufacturer Stina Löf (modist)
Damhatt, nackhatt, som tillhört drottning Sofia (1836-1913)
Svenska: Nackhatt draperad med ljust grå plysch, rynkad ås mitt över kullen. Runt främre delen ett uppvikt ca 80 mm brett brätte garnerat med tätt placerade violetta sammetspenséer. Ett knippe ljust grå fjädrar framtill. Bakom brättet grå tyll, samma materiali hakbandet. Vitt foder, vävt firmanamn i gult på vitt: " Stina Löf 2 Birger Jarlsgatan STOCKHOLM"
Date 1904
date QS:P571,+1904-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Dimensions Height: 100 mm (3.93 ″); Width: 265 mm (10.43 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,100U174789;P2049,265U174789
institution QS:P195,Q1636176
Accession number
Object history Sofia av (Nassau) Sverige
Exhibition history
  • Kungligt klädd (1987-1989)
  • Det lilla extra - Ur kungliga damers garderob (2000-2001)
  • Fest och fritid vid hovet (2003)
  • "Brödrafolkens väl" (2005)
Source LSH 18130 (LN_B07212_010092)
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