Tudor Flat Cap with Slightly Angled Brim

This cap was popular with both Upper Class Men and Women in Tudor times the slightly up turned brim made it better than the flat, flat cap. Women would have worn it over a white linen lawn cap. This cap has 12 decoration evenly spaced and an uncurled Ostrich plume made up from three feathers.

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Last Revision: 24 Feb 2007

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