“Hair Wreaths: Fancywork from the Victorian Era”

Often, close companions exchanged hair as tokens of friendship. Hair was also sometimes taken after a person’s death as a means of honor and remembrance.

(via HLATC: Featured Textiles: Hair Wreath)

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