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Blood and Steel Secession Cockade

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Show your southern pride the old-fashioned way - with a cockade! This striking red satin cockade is hand-sewn onto period-correct buckram. A silver button fills the center. (See description below) Felt backing and sterling silver plated pin on back.

Dimensions:
Approximately 3" (75 mm) across rosette
Streamer is approximately 2.5" (60 mm) long
Pin back is 1" (25 mm) wide


HISTORY
Secession cockades were made of many materials, all with symbolism signifying the South's resistance against tyranny.

"Besides those already mentioned there are other varieties of cockades. One...pattern adopted by the Edgefield Riflemen is a scarlet ribbon with a steel button at center, and the somewhat ferocious motto, "Blood and Steel." ~ Wyoming Country Mirror, November 28, 1860



Bottom photo shows an original red secession cockade from the South Carolina Relic Room.


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"Docents, living historians, or Civil War civilian re-enactors: If you are not wearing your secessionist colors or your patriotic red-white-and-blue for the North, you are not authentically portraying the years 1860-1862." ~ Civil War Cockades by Thomas M. Arliskas

Blood and Steel Secession Cockade

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: buckram, felt, metal pin, glue, satin ribbon, metal button
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 263 reviews