Black Lace Flapper Hat

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From the Roaring 20s. A beautifully designed flapper hat created from heavy black lace or horsehair straw that has been sculpted into ridges. Embellished at the side with a large rhinestone and pot metal hatpin. The crown is wrapped with a black grosgrain ribbon that ends in an intricately folded adornment to the left of the hatpin. Lined. Overall condition, Very Fine. No tears or repairs to the black lace or the grosgrain ribbon and ornament. No missing or dark rhinestones in the hatpin. The lining of the hat is shredding where it is attached to the edge of the hat but the rest of the lining is intact. The grosgrain ribbon is faded at the edges along the back of the hat and along the edges of the grosgrain adornment. The adornment and band can easily be replaced with vintage grosgrain ribbon. I can do this for you, if you wish. The hat is in wearable condition but as it fits snugly around the head, it won't work if you have 'big hair'. Size: Medium, 22-1/2 inches. There is a milliner's label in the crown, 'OZ and CO'. Comes with a hatbox. (hatbox is not vintage) (Item #10492)

  • Circa: 1920s
  • Composition: Black lace or horsehair straw, pot metal & rhinestone hatpin, black grosgrain ribbon, black fabric lining.
  • Dimensions: 22-1/2 inches around interior band.
  • Size: Medium

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Price: $275 USD

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