This perky style was often refered to as a "Pork Pie." Godey's called it a "Turban Hat." This one is made of burgundy cotton velvet on a buckram base, with gold braid and an ostrich plume. An elastic band keeps the hat in place. Additional photos appear on the 1850's-1860's Hats and Bonnets page. Based on the original photo shown. This style was popular during the last year of the Civil War. from Mrs. Parker's Millinery and Mercantile
Pomfret Pork Pie Hoed by Stetson
Bacliff Pork Pie Player Hoed by Stetson - EUR 69.00 - Hoeden - Hoedshop.nl
Smalgrande fedora met een diamantvormige kroon! Mélange Pork Pie Hoed by Lierys binnen 1 dag geleverd & 100 dagen ruilen. Thuiswinkel lid & iDEAL-betaling.
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Auckland Pork Pie Filzhut by CHILLOUTS
Fifteen popular headware styles for gentlemen. Personally, I'm partial to the turban.
Red leather pork pie with stretch lace and leather camellias by JILL HUMPHRIES #HatAcademy #millinery
Mad skills hand shaping an hat crown! How to Shape a Fedora into a Teardrop - Pork Pie Hatters NYC - YouTube