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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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A pair of yarnwork or beadwork ties act to stablize the headpiece.
Shane advises matching the metal in a headpiece to the finish of any jewelry.
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Interior designer Sol Albar received the headpiece from Acs and intends to have it exhibited at the University of Santo Tomas College of Fine Arts where she is an alumna.
Stunning headpieces can still be made on a tight budget using less expensive materials, less intricate designs.
Philip says the gown, with its 1920s headpiece and black chantilly lace trim, reflects the theme running through the whole collection.
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The collection will feature an assortment of baubles including Rowe's "Forest Eye" Cuff and "Floral Wreath" Ribbon Headpiece.
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.
Other items include a clear rubber mask worn by the star in the Showstudio short film 'Manifesto of Little Monsters'; a second mask formed of rusty nuts, bolts and washers created by Keko Hainswheeler and worn by Gaga in the video for 'Bad Romace', as well as an extravagant 20-inch-high headpiece that was commissioned for her Monster Ball tour.