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Hood Hood

Hood of woollen fabric with a knotted fringe, found in moss in St Andrews Parish, Orkney

Hood, man's Hood, man's

Man's hood of crimson wool lined with blue cotton: Western China, Sichuan Province, 19th century

Hood, boy's Hood, boy's

Boy's hood of pink silk and blue silk border, with nine applied figures of the Daoist immortals in gilt silver on front: Western China, Sichuan Province, 19th century

Hood, woman's Hood, woman's

Woman's hood of woollen cloth decorated with beads: North America, Canada, Slavey

Hood Hood

Woman's hood made from wool, grosgrain ribbon, cotton thread and glass beads: North America, Canada, Mi'kmaq, 19th century

Hood Hood

Woman's rayon hood printed with wartime slogans, in shades of pink, purple, green, orange, blue and brown: British, London, designed by Jacqmar's in house textile designer Arnold Lever and manufactured by Jacqmar, c. 1942

Coif Coif

Coif or hood of riveted iron rings, slit up the back and closed by laces: European; first half of the 14th century

Print Print

Print depicting Selby's fly catcher, Plate No. 9 of Birds of America, by John James Audubon, Edinburgh, Scotland

Hood Hood

'Florence' hood of bonded black and cream technical cotton, part of an two-piece ensemble: British, London, designed by Carli Pearson for CIMONE, Autumn/Winter 2017

Hood Hood

Hood (qarqush), with gold and silver embroidery on a blue textile, a metal cylindrical amulet (attached or separate?), and coral coloured beads, worn by Jewish girls throughout childhood until marriage: Asia, West Asia, Yemen, late 20th century

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