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Мемориальные украшения и композиции из волос.

Мемориальные украшения и композиции из волос.


Такие украшения известны с 14 века, в посте есть фото украшений 17 века, но особую популярность приобрели в викторианскую эпоху.



Из волос любимых и близких людей делали браслеты, цепочки и серьги, вкладывали их в броши, кольца и подвески, причем все это было очень модным массовым поветрием и существует до сих пор в больших количествах. Таких украшений очень много на антикварных аукционных сайтах. Поражает то, как искусно и тонко сделаны эти вещи.



Из волос массово плели венки и помещали их в рамку под стекло- как семейные фотографии, в память об умерших членах семьи и располагали эти дела на почетном месте в гостиной, рядом иногда помещали рамочку с генеалогическим древом семьи.

В процессе поиска картинок я набрела на уникальный музей украшений из волос, там более 2 тысяч предметов, одних венков полторы сотни.



Для нас эти вещи кажутся странными, манера выставления напоказ волос, пусть даже красиво сплетенных, как-то не укладывается в нынешние понятия об украшениях.


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VICTORIAN 14 karat hair brooch, 1880

VICTORIAN chalcedony brooch with plaited hair

VICTORIAN palette work hair flower bouquet set into a gold with black enameling lover's knot brooch

VICTORIAN yellow gold filled mourning brooch with curled hair in three shades accented with tiny seed pearls against a pale pink background

VICTORIAN gold and black enamel palette worked hair plumes, seed pearls and golden wire work memorial brooch with engraving on back, "Alex McDonald, obt. 23rd Dec, 1850, Agnes Sanderson, 14th Nov. 1871

GEORGIAN early 1800's 14k yellow gold, garnet and pearl lace pin with hair enclosure

VICTORIAN hair brooch, ornate silver setting with pastes, palette work hair curls and seed pearls

VICTORIAN hair brooch, blond basket weave in forget-me-nots frame

VICTORIAN hair plume palette work brooch with seed pearls and curled wire work

VICTORIAN hair bow pin with acorn drops with the :knot" of the bow of gold tone inscribed with the name "Lizzie", some unraveling at bottoms of acorns. This is shown in the reprint of "The Art of Hair Work, 1875"


VICTORIAN hair brooch with cross pendant and gold filled fittings. This is shown in the reprint of "The Art of Hair Work, 1875" by Mark Campbell

VICTORIAN hair brooch, carved and pierced bone deer insert, hair compartment on back, engraved hoops frame, carving shows some breaks
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Circular / oval styles became more common in slides during the late 17th Century and into the early 18th Century. The depictions underneath the crystal grow more sophisticated as they evolved, but the sentiment remained the same. Note the evolution of the skull between this time and this ring from 1745. Behind the gold cypher and skull and crossbones memento is a layer of hair and silk, which this picture displays very well.


c.1700


Year: c. 1840


Sarah Nehama
Year: late 18th C.


c. 1860

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(1807-1893).
18K solid case and clasp fittings elaborately engraved and enameled, housing portrait of (yet) unknown sitter of watercolor on ivory with a small surface crack to the ivory. This piece came from a Maryland estate, and believed to be painted by John Wood Dodge, American

Back view of hairwork bracelet showing different braid styles.

VICTORIAN hair unusually woven watch chain and gold tone fob and fittings, circa 1880

VICTORIAN hair watch fob with crystal barrel, total length

VICTORIAN hair bracelet with etched design locket front

VICTORIAN hair bracelet in an open weave with gold stations and clasp, beautifully made, two hair portions unraveling on back, circa 1870

GEORGIAN/VICTORIAN 15 carat yellow gold hair bracelet with tiny seed pearls and curl over plaited gray-blonde hair, blue enamel, engraved on the back "John Burdon, b. Octr 14th 1811

VICTORIAN hair jewelry, a 14k yellow gold framed bracelet of fifteen tubular hollow links, each a beautifully woven memento with varying tones of hair, and each link inscribed with the source monogram 1875

VICTORIAN 14 karat yellow gold bracelet with tiny star design on four-strand band with oval center double-sided finely woven hair or photo compartments, circa 1880.

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Year: 1855
Hairwork bracelets are more common in sentimental and mourning jewellery. As much as the clasp or goldwork in a bracelet, the hair itself is important. As a memento, entire families could have different hair woven into the band.

Year: 1855


Year: c. 1880





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GEORGIAN/early VICTORIAN rare pinchbeck and woven hair bracelet
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GEORGIAN memorial hair ring with pearl surround and blonde hair

VICTORIAN HAIR RING 14k with seed pearls surrounding woven hair under a crystal, size 4, circa 1880.





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VICTORIAN table worked hair in two tones with gold tone leaves and berries dangle pierced earrings, kidney wire findings, circa 1870
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VICTORIAN puffy heart padlock charm with hair enclosure

VICTORIAN 14k yellow gold hair purse pocketbook charm, circa 1880

VICTORIAN locket with hair compartment inside.

VICTORIAN Whitby jet with plaited hair locket























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Такие венки существуют в большом количестве, их делали из волос семьи, как своеобразное генеалогическое древо, так и других коллективов- школы или церковной общины. Вершина не была соединена и оставалась открытой, чтобы символизировать восхождение ввысь.
Из волос покойника делали цветок и присоединяли его к венку.
Обычно волосы в центре венка принадлежали к самому последнему члену семьи покойника; они оставались, пока другой член семьи не умер, затем его волосы перемещали в сторону, чтобы освободить место для для волос недавно умершего.



Antique French Mourning Hair Art~Remembrance Piece for "Mother"
A beautiful remembrance piece for "Mother" or "Mère". The mourning hair piece has been skillfully fashioned into a floral work of art. It is then finished off with a small paper banner bearing its testament to "mother" . A cherished reminder of a beloved mother.

Circa 1850~French


c. 1860

c. 1860
Wreaths can be an exceptional symbol of love from the family unit, often constructed with the hair of the entire family. The simple nature of the weaves and the size of the pieces make them memorials that could be constructed at home, much the same as a sampler. They can relate to being a form of folk art, as they are culture specific and each is unique to its own family.

Another perfect example of French hair art and a wonderful companion piece to the 1851 artwork above. To be noted is the continuity between the two pieces and how the traditional methods of hairworking had not changed, but rather simplifed.

1851

. 1840

. 1840


Mourning Hair Wreath
ca. 1850 - 1900
human hair, string, wire, wood
Gift of Estate of Gladys Connell Jermyn,





President Ulysses S. Grant's Family hair wreath






it is all human hair








Hair wreath made in 1880. In the Howard County Museum in Kokomo, Indiana







LARGE 19TH CENTURY HUMAN HAIR MEMORIAL WREATH


HUMAN HAIR WREATH BUBBLE GLASS


SALE PENDING Big Antique Victorian Hair Wreath & Vase in Shadowbox Frame
















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Leila Cohoon’s Hair Museum in Independence, Missouri. Его экспозиция состоит из 159 венков и более 2 тысяч украшений из волос, начиная с 17 века.






"genealogy" hair wreath at Leila's Hair Museum in Independence
Victorian ladies would often collect hair from family members to weave into hair "wreaths" for purposes of preserving family history. The genealogy of this famly is ritten in the center of this framed wreath.





Leila's Hair Museum includes over 300 hair "wreaths" as well as other 3 D art objects such as this domed hair tree.


This was a piece of jewelry made to mourn the person whose hair is used as the branches of the weeping willow. Many Victorian hair pieces were made to honor those who had passed away.


Leila Cohoon’s Hair Museum in Independence, Missouri displays 159 wreaths and more than 2,000 pieces of jewelry made out of human hair. Though turning hair into wreaths was something of a Victorian obsession, hair art actually dates back to at least the 1400s.

Some of the displays in Cohoon’s collection come from as far back as the 17th century. In an age before photography, collecting hair was a way of capturing the essence of a person at a point in time, and keeping the memory of a deceased love one near. “That is the only part of that human body that’s still here,” says Cohoon.
http://mystic-places.blogspot.com/2007/10/leilas-hair-museum.html

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During the Victorian era, the custom of making art from hair became popular as a form of artistic memorial. It was used in jewelry, love tokens and hair wreathes, the latter of which could encompass hair from the members of one�s church, school, and family.

To make a hair wreath, hair was collected from the deceased, formed into a shape (usually a flower), and added to a horseshoe-shaped wreath. The top was not connected and remained open to symbolize the ascent heavenward. Usually, the hair in the center of the wreath belonged to the most recently deceased family member; it would remain until another family member died, then be pushed aside to make room for the hair of the newly deceased.

Викторианское траурное убранство:
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http://www.victorianalady.com/sliferhousemourning.html
http://images.google.ru/images?hl=ru&newwindow=1&q=mourning++HAIR+WREATH&sa=N&start=20&ndsp=20
http://www.morninggloryjewelry.com/victorian-hair-jewlery-c-77.html
http://imageevent.com/bluboi/fine
http://artofmourning.com/brooches.html
http://images.google.ru/images?hl=ru&newwindow=1&sa=1&q=mourning++hair+needlework&btnG=%D0%9F%D0%BE%D0%B8%D1%81%D0%BA+%D0%BA%D0%B0%D1%80%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BA&aq=f&oq=&start=0
http://stores.shop.ebay.ph/Antiques-UncommonTreasure__W0QQ_sidZ1575949QQ_trksidZp4634Q2ec0Q2em14?_pgn=3
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