A woven hair picture, circa 1880-1900, is a popular Valentine’s Day keepsake. Women would save their hair from a hairbrush, place it into a hair receiver and use it later as a material for weaving watch fobs, bracelets and framed hair flowers. These items were given as presents to loved ones on Valentine’s Day.
A woven hair picture, circa 1880-1900, is a popular Valentine’s Day keepsake. Women would save their hair from a hairbrush, place it into a hair receiver and use it later as a material for weaving watch fobs, bracelets and framed hair flowers. These items were given as presents to loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Photo provided
A woven hair picture, circa 1880-1900, is a popular Valentine’s Day keepsake. Women would save their hair from a hairbrush, place it into a hair receiver and use it later as a material for weaving watch fobs, bracelets and framed hair flowers. These items were given as presents to loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Photo provided