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Headpiece

 

a small ornamental or representational (sometimes suggesting a plot) composition (the width of the type page or narrower) that separates and decorates the beginning of a section of a handwritten or printed book or magazine. The headpiece can include the title of the section.

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Begonia' and 'Peonia' transform the simple bridal hair flower into a statement headpiece by adding accents of lace, crystals and pearls against multiple satin flowers.
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For something elegant and sophisticated, opt for a nicely structured headpiece.
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Gaga, 26, donned the black metal cage headpiece Saturday as she made her way out of her New York City hotel on the way to perform with the Rolling Stones.
Bundu; Sowei headpieces of the Sande Society of West Africa; the Imperato family collection.
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There are currently 38 bidders competing on eBay to get hold of the headpiece, which sparked controversy among fashionistas following Kate and William's big day.
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99 headpiece is 7 inches in diameter and made of "safe, lightweight nylon.