Uncategorized July 12, 2013 “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) share Written by J.L. Jarvis Left-handed opera singer/teacher/lawyer who writes romance novels. What's next? Sign up for my new release newsletter at http://news.jljarvis.com/. Previous Story Previous Post Next Story Next Post You Might Also Like Best Valentine Verse Ever The Return of the Serial Novel – WSJ.com No Comments Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.