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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Hatlet of black velvet. Hatlet is formed of a shallow circular black velvet crown edged with simulated pearls. The lobed edge is encircled by a black velvet band trimmed with matching simulate pearls, forming a band of elliptical openings spaced around the rim. Where each lobe meets the band is attached a larger simulated pearl in gilt mounting. The whole is overlaid with fine black net veiling. The crown is lined in black cloth with a fine woven pattern, and is edged with black grosgrain ribbon. Maker's Label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". Model Label(?): "42" With two short hatpins, one topped with a simulated spherical white pearl, the other topped with a simulated oval/teardrop black pearl.
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1960
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet of navy straw. Low domed woven navy blue straw crown has triangular "wings" of the same material at sides which arc upwards and then down, giving a resemblance to a manta ray. The whole is edged with 1/4" spherical white glass(?) beads. Overlaid on the hatlet is a veil of navy mesh with 9 pairs of the white beads affixed at various parts of the veil. The undersides of the wings are lined in white material. The crown of the hat is lined with blue mesh, and there is an inner hatband of dark blue grosgrain ribbon along the inner bottom edge of the crown. Designer's label affixed to inner hatband: "Bes-Ben / Made In Chicago". Accompanied by two short hatpins, the heads of each are covered with small piece of matching navy blue woven straw.
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[Hatshepsut Pillars]

[Hatshepsut Pillars]

Date: unknown
Creator: Gough, Ray
Description: Photograph of two stone pillars of the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in Deir el-Bahri, Egypt. The tops of the pillars are visible in the foreground. Female faces are carved into the stone sides of the pillars.
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Havana Port Waterfront Monastery

Havana Port Waterfront Monastery

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The close detail view shows the structural decoration on the facade of the waterfront monastery. The main portal is decorated in the Baroque style.
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Havana Port Waterfront Monastery

Havana Port Waterfront Monastery

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Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: The view of the facade is at a raking angle. This facade faces the harbor.
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Head

Head

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Date: [c.1910]
Creator: Jawlensky, Alexei
Description: None
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Head of a Bearded God

Head of a Bearded God

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Date: -100/-31
Creator: unknown
Description: The bearded and mustached head of a man also has curly hair. The head sits on a pedestal.
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Head of a Bearded God

Head of a Bearded God

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Date: -100/-31
Creator: unknown
Description: This three-quarters view of the bronze head shows the mass of curly hair as well as the attachment of the head to the pedestal.
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Head of a Child

Head of a Child

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Date: unknown
Creator: Leonardo da Vinci
Description: None
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Head of a Horse

Head of a Horse

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Date: unknown
Creator: Pisanello
Description: None
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