1940s Pheasant Feather Jaunty Brown Trilby Tilt Hat
Wow, what a fabulous hat! This 1940s jaunty trilby should definitely only be worn by someone who is ready to be looked at! Designed to be worn at a wonderfully tilted angle, the pheasant feather balances the hat perfectly. The golden trim picks out the colour in the feather, giving all these country posh vibes which I really feel needs the addition of some 40s tweed, and maybe some jodhpurs!
• Long golden pheasant feather to the side
• Designed to be worn on the tilt, the brim is angled and the crown is dipped to suit
• Golden trim to the inside of the brim and around the crown, which also has a brown grosgrain ribbon
• Made from a brown soft moleskin or felt
• Grosgrain ribbon to the inside band
• There is a small blob of glue to the inside at the back. There is a slight fray to to end of the ribbon near the feather. There is also a crimped edge on top of the crown, which I am not sure if it should be there. Shown in photos.
• Care/composition: no labels
Width of hat: 10in
Around interior band: 53.5cm
Height of crown: 5in
Width of brim at front: 2.75in
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