|The Brow-band, when it appeared at the end of the Great war, was little more than a hair ribbon, developed later into the Bandeau, a distinctive item of twenties fashion.
The brow-band was part of a classical Greek style, often worn with simple white dresses, popular after the Great War.
In photographs, the position of the brow-band often expresses the personality of the wearer.
About 18 years old date about 1920 Estimate born 1902 ± 3 years
inscribed: with Love Ivy Photo W.T Munns of Gravesend