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  • Removed content
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    S is for Southwester hat

    southwester hat.jpg

    Tis for Tribly hat.

    trilby-hat-paul-smith.jpg

    Roger
    Last edited by Removed content; 02-08-2012, 01:51 PM.

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  • indri
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    Reticulated headdress popular in 14th/15th Centuries

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  • beadsbydesign
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    Q for Queens hat otherwise known as a crown!

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  • mizgeorge
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    P is for Panama hat
    (and he wears it well!)

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  • indri
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    Originally posted by Bogwell4018 View Post
    I know I am a bit previous, but not being able to find an "o" .

    Opera Hat - one of those amazing collapsible top hats!

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  • indri
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    Here you are Carol - a beaded mitre

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  • Critchley
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    I have just thought of another 'M'
    Mitre for a bishop. I think they are three cornered hats.

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  • Bogwell4018
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    I know I am a bit previous, but not being able to find an "o" thought I would do the X !


    Xian: Capeline made of an oriental straw.

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  • indri
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    Night cap. Used for sleeping especially by scrooge

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  • mizgeorge
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    How about a traditional Spanish mantilla (though perhaps not strictly a hat!)

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  • Critchley
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    Leghorn Hat.
    This hat took its name from Leghorn in Italy and is constructed of a fine plaited straw.
    I should add - according to Wikipedia. No pics available sadly.

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  • Loody
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    The Jewish Kippah, also kippa, yarmulke or skullcap,Jewish
    I have to credit Wikipedia too
    Last edited by Loody; 01-08-2012, 09:44 PM. Reason: credit

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  • picto
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    Yes I thought the same, but I was looking for a jelly 'bean' hat I'm glad you posted the link, it looks great.

    Jan x

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  • Critchley
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    Didn't there used to be something called a Jellybag hat. It was laike a bobble hat but much longer so the bobble was down your back somewhere.
    Yes. found one.

    http://www.vintagevisage.co.uk/prod_...ag-hat-pattern
    Last edited by Critchley; 01-08-2012, 07:43 PM.

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  • indri
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    Kepi - a French hat

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