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Keyl reported in a letter that he had learned from Sir Edwin Landseer that 'The Queen was quite delighted with my Lambs brought them herself with her own hands into his bedroom – thought it quite Preraphaelite'.
Signed and dated: F.W. Keyl / 1868.
Easter in the Royal Collection

Explore Easter imagery in the Royal Collection



1800 - 1900

Feathers, silk | 10.0 x 33.0 x 33.0 cm (diameter) | RCIN 84552

A hat which was made in South America. Its exterior is overlaid with feathers in a design of birds and flowers. Some feathers are fixed with wire stems around the brim and cut and coloured to look like flowers. The hat has a pink silk lining.

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