Townswoman's white cotton lace cutwork cap with blue embroidered detailing. There are seven lozenge shapes in cotton lace made of white, blue, and black threads stitched onto the fabric, possibly bobbin lace, in a horizontal row along the serrated edge above the forehead. A strip of blue and white embroidery stitched in the middle of the cap runs above this, from the forehead to the neck. The whole embroidered section is triangular in form. When unfolded, the layout of the cap is of a trapezoid shape and consists of many parts sewn together.
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