Welcome to the Online Shop - Each item is priced individually.  Postage and packing starts from £3.50 plus £1.00 for each additional item unless otherwise stated. There will be a handling charge for overseas customers, this will be added before payment.

Please note that because each hat is hand-knitted to suit individual needs, some items may take up to 2 weeks to be distributed.

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Payment can also be made by cheque.  If you require this service please contact me.

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Voyager/Slouch Cap

This cap is based on the traditional Voyager Cap, worn from the 15th century.

It is double knitted for warmth and is lightly felted and comfortable to wear.

Can be pulled over to the side or worn as shown.  Would also look good in a modern setting.

Available in all colours, just state in colour box when ordering.

£50.00
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French Toque

French Milice Cap, French/Indian wars Canada.

This Toque is knitted and heavily felted in pure 100% wool and is weatherproof. It has a double headband for extra warmth.  Head size is essential for this cap, so please include head measurement just above the eyebrow.

For more pictures in situ, see my 18th century gallery.

£50.00
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The 16th Century Lawyer/Scribe Cap
£50.00
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Scots Bonnet 'Outlander'

The traditional Scots Bonnet, worn 'outlander' style.  For more details see my 15th to 18th century gallery.

This bonnet is the same as the Traditional Scots Bonnet, but is worn to the side.  It is heavily felted to make it weatherproof and will gradually shape to your head with wear.

PLEASE NOTE THAT  I SUPPLIED  AROUND 30 OF THESE TRADITIONAL SCOTS BONNETS TO THE SHOW, BUT THE WARDROBE DEPARTMENT AGED AND STRETCHED THE BONNETS QUICKLY TO MAKE THEM LOOK WORN.

YOUR BONNET WILL BE THE SAME AS I SUPPLIED, BUT NOT AGED AND STRETCHED.

£52.00
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Archers Roll Cap 15th century

The cap is suitable for the 15th century or early 16th century.

The cap is lightly felted to give a flexible but firm fit to the head and features the 'Roll' at the edge. Available in all colours of wool. either dyed or natural. It comes with a secular or religious pewter badge. (please note I cannot supply individual choice ie a certain saint or House badge) so please indicate, secular or religious  when ordering.

£38.00
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Short crown cap

This cap has a shorter crown depth than the brimmed monmouth. It is worn just above the eyebrows so  head measurement at this point is essential.  The cap is knitted double and is extremely warm and weatherproof.  Please indicate colour  when ordering.

Suitable for 16th to 18th century.

£55.00
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The Scots Bonnet

The Scots Bonnet.  Made of 100% British wool.  Heavily felted to make it weatherproof and to add weight. It also comes with an adjustable headband so fits all sizes.

Available in natural or dyed wool.

Natural Colours, Light Grey, Mid Grey, Dark Grey, Cream, Light Brown, Mid Brown, Dark Brown.

Dyed: Red, Green, Black etc. Also in any colour within reason!

Please type colour option in box when ordering.

£52.00
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Off Duty Bonnet Highland Regiment 1815

Off duty bonnet, Highland Regiments circa 1815. Colour options are available, please contact me.

For further details see my 19th Century Gallery.

£55.00
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Early 16th century cap

Early 16th century cap with tabs.  Suitable for Henry VIII, James IV/V period.

Heavily felted in pure British wool and has adjustable corded headband to give the cap a secure fit.

Available in all natural and dyed colours.

£50.00
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Late 15th early 16th century Cap

Flodden era woolen cap as above but without a cuff.

Brow size is essential in order for it to fit securely on the head. Please indicate on order your head size and preferred colour.

£40.00
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Late 15th early 16th century Cuff Cap

Flodden era cuff cap. 

This cap is heavily felted in wool and has a turned back cuff.

Brow size is essential in order for it to fit securely on the head.  Please indicate on order your head size and preferred colour.

£42.00
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The Thrum Cap

The Thrum Cap.  This cap was worn by sailors, soldiers and civilians from the 16th to 18th century.

For more details see my Gallery.

£55.00
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Irish Monmouth Cap

These caps are identical to the Peter the Great hats.  They are knitted in 100% british traditional sheep wool and are heavily felted to make them weatherproof.  As they are heavily felted brow size is essential. 

For illustration of Irish Soldier wearing one of these see my 'Rogues Gallery'.

£50.00
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19th Century Infantry Forage/Kilmarnock bonnet

Infanty Rifleman Forage/Kilmarnock bonnet of the 19th century.

These bonnets were worn by Infantry soldiers during this period, in particular during the Crimean War.  The bonnet is knitted without a seam, heavily felted and finished with a 'Toorie' on top.  The bonnet, as it is knitted, has give so will grip the brow securely but includes a corded headband for entra security. As it is heavily felted it stands tall in a pill box fashion and is taken from an actual picture of the period.

The illustration is in Green with contrasting black Toorie, but any regimental colour can be supplied.

Can also be worn with a chin strap.  (not supplied).  Regimental Brass numbers can be attached at an additional cost.  (See Below).

£48.00
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Early 16th Century bonnet with Feathers

Similar to the Tellerbarret cap but is available in any dyed/natural wool colour. Please indicate colour choice when ordering.

£65.00
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Tellerbarret/Landsknecht Hat

This is my interpretation of the 16th century Renaissance Soldiers headwear.  Taken from the woodcuts of the period.  The cap is knitted and heavily felted, has a matching chin strap, coloured decorative cord round the hat and is adorned with flamboyant ostrich feathers. The brim is not as large as the woodcut but is enough to protect the eyes and not interfere with any weaponry. Please note kerch is not included.

 

Made from 100% British felted wool.  Is avilable in any colour. 

£65.00
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WW2 Wool Hat

WW2 pull on wool cap.  !00% wool in British Khaki and navy

£35.00
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WWII Helmet Balaclava

WW2 Helmet Balaclava, taken from the 'Comforts for the Soldiers' official pattern of the 1940's. Knitted in 100% British wool and is available in British Khaki  (light-midbrown with green tinge), and Navy.

All colours are suitable for the above period.

£50.00
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WWII Balaclava

WW2 Balaclava, taken from the 'Comforts for the Soldiers' official pattern of the 1940's. Knitted in 100% British wool and is available in British Khaki (light-midbrown with green tinge), and Navy.

All colours are suitable for the above period.

£50.00
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Split Brimmed Tudor (Statute) Cap

The split brimmed Tudor (Statute) cap has been knitted from 100% british wool and is heavily felted.  Suitable for the Tudor, Jacobean or Civil war period. 

£54.00
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Full Brimmed Tudor (Statute) Cap

The full brimmed Tudor (Statute) Cap has been knitted in 100% british wool and has been heavily felted.

Suitable for the Tudor, Jacobean and Civil war period.  In fact I have sold a few of these for modern everyday wear.

£54.00
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The Traditional Tam 'O' Shanter Bonnet

The Traditional Tam 'O' Shanter Bonnet.  Named after Burns famous character this traditional bonnet has been worn in Scotland since the mid 18th century to the present day. 

Made from 100% british wool it has been heavily felted to make it waterproof and has a drawstring though the headband to make it fit snuggly to any head size.

£55.00
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77th Montgomery Highlanders

The 77th Montgomery Highlanders were raised in the 1750's to fight in the British army against the French in the Indian/French wars of North America.

This heavily felted dark blue bonnet has a distinctive red band and is finished by the red 'toorie' at the center of the crown.

Made with 100% Leicester blue face sheep wool.

£52.00
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Peter the Great

Brimmed monmouth cap in 100% natural wool. 

This cap worn from the early 16th century to early 19th century.  Can be worn by soldiers and sailors.  The cap has a small head diameter to allow it to sit on the head and give it a tall crown.

£50.00
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Edmund 15th Century Cap

15th century cap in 100% natural wool. Heavily felted to allow it to stand tall. Sits on brow so head size is required. Wars of the Roses period.

£50.00
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Lord Percy 15th Century Style Cap

15th Century cap.  100% felted wool.  Various natural colours available. Should be worn on the brow so head size is required. Wars of the Roses period.

£50.00
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The Traditional Monmouth Cap

Traditional Monmouth Cap, 100% felted wool.  They are made from various sheep wool, Swaledale, (cream)  Herdwick, (mid grey) Suffolk, (light grey/fawn as per illustration above) Jacob Black, (dark brown), Jacob Grey (brown/grey mix). All these are  natural colours.


These hats have been worn from the 14th century through to modern times.  They are mentioned in Shakespeare's Henry the V.

The distinctive feature of the hat is the double ribbed headband with a loop.  This enables the hat to be worn over the ears or turned back to expose the ears.  The loop allows it to be hung from a belt or breastplate.  It is useful worn under a helmet for padding or also as a headcover for soldiers or sailors.



£30.00
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Split Brim Cap

16th/17th Century split brim statue/holbien cap.  100% felted wool.  Various colours available.

These caps have been worn from the early 16th century to the mid to late 17th century.  They are heavily felted with drawstring through the headband so are adjustable to all head sizes.  The cap comes with an additonal coloured decorative ropeband around the cap. 

The caps are unisex, worn over a coif for the woman, or without coif for the man.

Also available in a short bimmed version.

£54.00
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Scots Bonnet with Saltire

Flodden Era Scots Bonnet.  As Scots Bonnet above but with Saltire Badge to show allegiance to the Stewart King James IV.

Can be knitted in any colour.  Please indicate when ordering.

£53.00
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Scots Bonnet (Jacobite)

When Prince Charles Edward Stuart arrived at Glenfinnan in 1745, he plucked a white rose and placed it on his hat hence the white cockade became the sign of the Jacobite supporters of his rebellion.

These bonnets are identical to the earlier Scots bonnet but carry the "White Cockade" symbol.  They are made from 100% pure Leicester Blue faced sheep wool and are heavily felted to make them waterproof and give extra weight.  They have a double ribbed headband with a drawstring so are suitable for all head sizes.  These bonnets come in the traditional colours of woad (light blue), and dark blue (see previous bonnet pictures above for colour illustrations).  All these colours are suitable for the period.

£53.00
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Scots Bonnet

THE TRADITIONAL SCOTS HEADWEAR FROM THE 16TH TO THE 18TH CENTURY.

Traditional Scots Bonnet in 100% felted wool. These bonnets have a double ribbed headband with a drawstring so are adjustable to fit all head sizes. They have been heavily felted to make them waterproof and to give them extra weight. The bonnets are  made from Leicester Blue Face sheep wool which makes them very comfortable to wear.  They come in two traditional colours, woad (light blue),  and dark blue, (see my 15th to 18th century gallery for illustrations)but can be knitted up in any colour required. (See the Scots Bonnets below )  The blue  colours are suitable for the above period. 

£52.00
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