13 Vintage Hat Clipart
Today we have a charming collection of Vintage Hat Clipart! Hats are fascinating to me. I have been intrigued by the art of the Milliner for a long time. If you are like me, you will love this set of images. We have a quirky frame made with over a dozen of the cute hats and also featured below are several Top hat clipart illustrations. You can use them to dress up all of your people, animal images, or turn it upside down and put a Rabbit image inside! There is a Bowler or Derby hat and an old Clergyman’s hat. Also included are three fashionable Victorian Ladies heads wearing splendid looking hats. They would all be fun for your Collage or Steampunk projects as well.
Vintage Top Hat Clipart
I’ve had a thing for Top hats for a while now. Here is a fabulous one for you to use in your art! Featured above is a classic black Wool Felt Top hat from the Victorian era. When I see one of these, I think about the Mad Hatter! How about you?This is a great Top hat image from an Antique Wanamaker’s catalog! Since it has a bow on the band, I wonder, could it be is a Woman’s hat? It has an elegant style and a shorter top. It looks like it might be satin, like a grosgrain ribbon.
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Shown above is a gorgeous Vintage ladies riding hat. Isn’t it beautiful! It has a top hat style construction but surrounding the brim is a lovely pale aqua scarf. The scarf looks very lightweight, I’m picturing it as done in a wonderful Silk chiffon. So elegant!
Here we have a really fun Victorian Die Cut card! This one shows a fabulous white Top hat with a Victorian woman on it. She’s also wearing a Top hat! Quite an unusual piece I think! I love fun Vintage Hat Clipart!
Vintage Men’s Hat Clip Art
Above is another Wanamaker’s hat! This one is a Derby or Bowler hat. What is the difference between the two? Interestingly, a “Bowler hat” is what the British call it and a “Derby hat” is the American name. This shows a round crown, which is not indented. It also has a narrow brim that is curled at the side edges.
Here is another great hat from an Antique Wanamaker’s catalog! This one is an old Clergyman’s hat. It has a soft crown that is soft and rounded. The brim is narrow with a slight curl at the edge.
Quirky Victorian Hat Image
Above is a wonderful Victorian Ladies hat! This one comes from an Antique Fashion magazine. It is asymmetrical in shape with the left side upturned and the right side turned downward. I just love the beautiful plumes on it!
Ladies Vintage Hat Clip Art
This is a cute and fashionable Victorian hat from an 1881 Peterson’s magazine. The small hat sits at the top of the head. It has a small, curled brim embellished with several ribbons and a flower detail.
Featured above is a small Victorian simple and elegant hat. Worn close to the head, this stylish hat has a Peacock feather trim. The sweet faced girl has bangs and short curly hair.
Above is another stylish Victorian Ladies hat from Peterson’s magazine. This one has a bonnet with a wide floppy brim and rows of stitching. The feather embellishment resembles a bird’s wing.
Vintage Hat Advertising Art
Pictured above is a fun graphic from an Antique Rubber Stamp catalog in my collection! The book dates to 1880 and is such a find! Shown is an advertisement for a Hat and Shoes shop. I love the quirky frame with all the cute hats on it! It is a shop for Crane Brothers in Wayside, Wisconsin. I’ve included two options – one with the advertising text, and the other without, which is shown below. This is the blank version of the hat frame above. It would make a cute Label or Digi stamp!
Baby Bonnet Clipart
This Baby Bonnet Clipart picture was scanned from an Antique, Circa 1860 Ladies Hand Book… this book is filled with all sorts of different sewing and embroidery designs! Featured above is an adorable little Embroidered Bonnet for a Baby. So sweet! I think it would make a cute Handmade Card for an infant!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection! You might also like our Ladies with Large Hats HERE or our post with Children with Hats HERE.
Theresa Gallant says
Thank you so much …. Love just looking at them. When I learn how to print these beautiful pictures, I may use them in my projects.
Karen Watson says
Thank you Theresa! You can find help on how to download and print the images here https://thegraphicsfairy.com/faq/ I hope that helps!
Oh, these hats on the women are so appropriate – and they really look great on them all! I love the clothing and accessories they used to wear. It’s hard to imagine any lady without them or at least something in or around their heads.
Thanks again for sharing these with us! Everything is always much appreciated!!
Thanks so much Irene, I am just so glad that you enjoy them as I enjoy hearing your thoughts 🙂
Patricia Mayne-Schlachtun says
These are great! I’ve started using the Julie Nutting paper doll stamps and these images are going to work great with those! Thanks for sharing.
Oh yea! So glad you can use them Patricia 🙂