This is what the pilgrims wore when they came to this country.
A capotain is a tall-crowned, narrow-brimmed, slightly conical hat, usually black, worn by men and women from the 1590s into the mid-seventeenth century in England and northwestern Europe.
Just like Laura Ingalls wore! In the 1800's women wore these bonnets in town or while traveling across the country in the wagon trains.
Authentic style, cotton blend bonnet ties under chin. (Colors may change or vary)
Available in: Assorted Flower (Calico) Prints: Blue, Brown, Green, Peach, …
Just like Laura Ingalls wore!
Authentic style, cotton blend bonnet ties under chin.
Available in: Assorted Flower Prints, Assorted Solid Colors or White.
You can order an assortment of all styles.
Child size, Qty 1 pc.
The zucchetto (Italian for "small gourd"), also called pileolus in Latin, is a small skullcap worn by clerics of the Roman Catholic Church and within Anglicanism and Lutheranism. It was first adopted for practical reasons — to keep the clergy's tonsured heads warm in cold, damp churches.
A stiff square cap with three or four ridges across the crown. Birettas are worn especially by Roman Catholic clergy. Colors of the caps are: Black for priests, Purple for bishops, and Red for cardinals.
We only have the color black at this time.
Made of permalux material. Circumference is …