Hats & Hoods



Coif, Early Medieval, 12th-13th Century

Coif, Early Medieval, 12th-13th Century

This type of head covering is seen on men and children in the 12th and 13th C. texts. Coif fits close to the skull with ties fastened or left loose....

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Hat, Acorn, 15th C. LIMITED QUANTITY

Hat, Acorn, 15th C. LIMITED QUANTITY

LIMITED QUANTITY - WHEN THIS FABRIC IS GONE IT WILL NOT BE RESTOCKED Worn by St. Eligius in Petrus Christus’ “St. Eligius in his...

$29.95

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Hat, Acorn, 15th Century

Hat, Acorn, 15th Century

Worn by St. Eligius in Petrus Christus’ “St. Eligius in his workshop”, and by subjects in works by Dierick Bouts (“Martyrdom...

$24.95

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Hat, Viking 6-panel, Untrimmed

Hat, Viking 6-panel, Untrimmed

The archetype for this hat is usually cited as being from Birka grave 958. While researching I found that Inga Hägg lists Bj 958 as an example...

$16.95

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Hat, Viking 6 panel with trim

Hat, Viking 6 panel with trim

The archetype for this hat is usually cited as being from Birka grave 958. While researching I found that Inga Hägg lists Bj 958 as an example...

$21.95

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Hat, Viking 6-panel, Trimmed with hand woven braid

Hat, Viking 6-panel, Trimmed with hand woven braid

The archetype for this hat is usually cited as being from Birka grave 958. While researching I found that Inga Hägg lists Bj 958 as an example...

$34.95

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Hood, Skjoldehamn, c. 1050-1090

Hood, Skjoldehamn, c. 1050-1090

In 1936, a body was found in a bog near Skjold  harbor (Skjoldehamn), on the Norwegian island of Andøya.  Like many other bog finds,...

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Hood, early Medieval, circa 1250-1325

Hood, early Medieval, circa 1250-1325

Hoods have been basic headwear throughout the history of clothing, with each period exhibiting its own distinctive style. This hood has the close...

$27.95

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Hat, Medieval Felt, 13th-15th Century

Hat, Medieval Felt, 13th-15th Century

This versatile hat can be worn any number of ways. Turn the brim up in front, on the side, in back, or add a feather or pilgrim badge, trim it to...

$21.95

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Hood, Plain edge, late 14th-early 15th Century, Wool

Hood, Plain edge, late 14th-early 15th Century, Wool

A pull-over hood with short mantle and shoulder gusset, based on the Herjolfsnes and London finds. This is a Nockert, Type 3 / Norlund Type II hood,...

$44.95

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Hood, Dagged edge, late 14th-early 15th Century, Wool

Hood, Dagged edge, late 14th-early 15th Century, Wool

A pull-over hood with short mantle and shoulder gusset, based on the Herjolfsnes and London finds. This is a Nockert, Type 3 / Norlund Type II hood,...

$54.95

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Hood, Buttoned 'London' Style, 14th-15th Century, Linen

Hood, Buttoned 'London' Style, 14th-15th Century, Linen

Hood design based on London find no. 246, as presented in the Museum of London "Textiles and Clothing" book. Triangular pieces are inserted...

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Hood, Buttoned 'London' Style, 14th-15th Century, Wool

Hood, Buttoned 'London' Style, 14th-15th Century, Wool

Hood design based on London find no. 246, as presented in the Museum of London "Textiles and Clothing" book. Triangular pieces are inserted...

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Hood, red/black/gold

Hood, red/black/gold

Hoods with embellished mantles appear throughout the middle years of the 14th C. in manuscripts such as the Romance of Alexander (MS. Bodl. 264) and...

$69.95

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Hood, Fringed style, 15th Century

Hood, Fringed style, 15th Century

Smaller hood especially suitable for wear under a helmet or hat. When the front edge is turned back the hood is drawn close to the face to seal out...

$22.95

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