Black Wool Felt Fashion Bowler Hat - Christys

Black Wool Felt Fashion Bowler Hat - Christys

£60.00
Stock Status: In Stock
Fashion Christys' bowler in black wool felt with a leather sweatband and finished with a grosgrain hatband and bow.
Information

Bowlers Hats for sale come in various types and colours, this Black bowler comes with leather sweatband and finished with a Grosgrain Hat Band and Bow on the Left Side. This Black Fashion bowler can be easily worn by a band musician or at a Country Show.

Great for Period Victorian or Edwardian wear, famously worn by Charlie Chaplin, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy and Madness! Bowler Hats are still worn for some Dressage, Side Saddle and Coaching / Carriage Driving Events. Also formally a Black Bowler Hat is still worn for Remembrance Sunday, Black Sunday and Cavalry Memorial Parade ( Cav Mem ) by various members of British Army Regiments. Also great for Judging at Country Shows. 

The Bowler was first made in 1849, named after the makers of the Hat by the Hatters; Thomas and William Bowler, initially it was known as a Coke Hat (By James Lock & Co. Hatters) in the UK or in America it as a Derby Hat. Given many names through the ages the bob hat, billy coke, and billycock hat it was initially designed with a low crown to protect the heads of Coke’s gamekeepers when riding.

NOTE:

This Bowler Hat is not designed or intended as a Safety Riding Hat 

Inside Liner colour may vary. 

Available in Four Sizes and is less stiff than other higher end Christys' Bowler models.

Small - 55cm Approx
Medium - 57cm Approx
Large - 59cm Approx
Extra Large - 61cm Approx

Specifications
  • Hat Size:
    61
  • Material:
    Wool Felt
  • Colour:
    Black
  • Country of Origin:
    China
  • Commodity Code:
    65050000
  • Brand:
    Christys' London
  • Condition:
    New
  • Product Code:
    ATH-CWF100005-WOOLFELT-BLACK-XL
  • Weight:
    1kg
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