Formal Hats

Wool Felt Bicorne Military Naval Hat

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Wool Felt Bicorne Military Naval Hat

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£39.95
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Handmade 100% Wool Felt Bicorne Hat

Historical form of hat widely adopted in the 1790s as an item of uniform

Readily associated with Napoleon but most generals and staff officers of the Napoleonic period wore bicornes

Available as a Small/Medium (56-57cm) and a Large/XL (59-60cm)

  • Product Code:
    BICORNE S/M
  • Brand:
    Cotswold Country Hats
  • Condition:
    New
  • How to measure your hat size

    Please note this is a general guide as different head shapes may also affect your hat size and it can also depend on where the hat sits on your head and the style of the hat too. 

    If a hat is too small, it will sit too high up on your head so if you are in-between sizes, it's generally best to go up a size and add some hat padding underneath the sweatband to help it fit a bit tighter.

    We also sell hat adjuster pads which can be found here if your hat is a little loose.

    International Hat Size Conversion Chart:

    International Hat Size Chart


    Here's a quick video to show you how to measure to find out your hat size:

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Customer reviews

(4 Customer reviews)
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Excellent quality and service. Nice solid hat is very comfortable to wear. Will give it a try at Battle Proms later this year and at the Victorian Festival of Christmas at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

Worth spending the extra pounds for a quality hat that certainly out performs the cheap costume ones.

Strathgarrie | Hampshire | February 2017

Excellent value for money - a quality feel and many steps up from a "fancy dress" item Definitely looks the part.

James | Harrogate | May 2017

Very prompt and efficient service. The hat does exactly what it says on the tin! Great stuff.

Mark | London | June 2018

This bicorn hat is fantastic:

Solid and well made and just what I was looking for. Coupled with great customer service and a prompt delivery.

Richard T | UK | April 2022