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  • Vintage Felt Moroccan Fez Cap

  • $24.00

  • Sultan Mahmud II introduced this style of headwear to the Ottoman Empire's dress code in 1826.  

    The fez is a felt headdress of two types: either in the shape of a close-fitting skull cap, or a short cylindrical peakless hat made of kilim fabric, both usually red, and sometimes with a tassel attached to the top. It is named after the Moroccan city Fez, the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco until 1927.  Just one of vintage hats available and measures 3 1/2" in height and almost 6 1/2" across at base.  An icon from the Ottoman culture and makes for an interesting tabletop piece stacked atop a pile of books...or irreverently placed atop a statue.


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