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Spring is in the air, and summer can't be far behind. Here, is a romantic rendition of another Downton Abbey ca. 1920's inspired cloche, perfect for those steamy summer days.
I have lovingly handblocked sinamay (straw fabric), over vintage wooden hat blocks, and free form steamed the brims to fit the crown. An overlay of chocolate brown Russian veiling, brings texture, pattern, and color on to the pink crown. After much contemplation over what to "frost" this little cupcake with, I finally hit gold with this lovely vintage style, floral chiffon fabric. Cut and draped on the bias, the hems of the scarf are all hand rolled and stitched, and tied into a bow. Caught in the knot, are two sprays of dyed ostrich fronds, held in place by brass stamped, filagree cones. The brim is also finished in an "tulip" overlap style, and edged all by hand, with grosgrain ribbon. Elegant simplicity. Light as a feather. A charming hat you will love wearing any chance you get!! A one of a kind, heirloom quality piece of millinery.
NOTE: At the moment, this is a custom order only. Please convo me with your head measurement, PLUS one finger under the tape measure--not too tight!!
Turn around time is about 3-4 weeks.
Orsini~MediciCouture Millinery

Pink and Brown Handblocked Sinamay Cloche

$188.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Color: pink and brown
  • Materials: straw, fabric, feathers, metal
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 145 reviews
  • Favorited by: 135 people