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40's VEILED CHAPEAU
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40's VEILED CHAPEAU
Item# FD-17563
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Shop Name: Metro Retro
Circa: 1940s
Description: This high society 40's hat is full of mystery and speaks to the subtle temptress. Brown netting that starts at the brim and goes down to the jawline and is attached by brown velvet ribbon. The brown velvet ribbon continues to make its presence known by being the trim between the front brim and crown and wraps itself either around or underneath the hair to form a bow on the side of the jaw line. To add a little extra glamour to the hat, two costume pearls have been attached to a white rhinestone teardrop that dangles from the left side of the front narrow brim. A beautiful shade of pinkish mauve velour is used for the majority of this striking chapeau. The label reads Jainchill New Haven. The hat is in excellent condition except for the 1/16'' wear hole on the back that does not go all the way through (see attached photo) and some slight discoloring and wear. Most people would not notice these qualities when the hat is worn. A price reflects condition.
Measurements:  Crown is approximately 3'', circumference on the inside is 19'' and 22'' on the outside. Flat front brim is 1 1/4''.
Condition Guidelines Condition: Good
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