Baby bumper headguard cap
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Known as a pudding or black pudding, a version used during the early 17th century until the late 18th century was usually open at the top and featured a sausage-shaped bumper roll that circled the head like a crown. It was fastened with straps under the chin.
Portrait of Christian Hendrik Jacob Pielat van Bulderen in falling cap, by Pierre Frédéric de la Croix
The modern-day version can be many colors and may cover the entire head like a helmet.
- "Cap". The Met. Retrieved 28 May 2016.
- Worrell, Estelle Ansley (1980). Children's Costume in America, 1607-1910. Ansley, Estelle (illus.). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. pp. 20, 31. ISBN 978-0684166452.
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