Made in France, the Phrygian cap, with its embroidered cockade, is the symbolic hat of the French Revolution.
Phrygian cap: the hat of the French revolution
Symbol of freedom, the Phrygian cap is worn for costume balls, theatrical performances but also during demonstrations.
The Phrygian cap is a symbol of freedom because of its resemblance to the cap worn by the freed slaves of the Roman Empire, and its name means"cap of freedom"
It is also the hat of the French Revolution, topped by Marianne, the allegorical figure of the Republic. The tricolor cockadeis embroidered on this hat.
The Phrygian is a hat made in France by the Traclet hat shop.
- Material Wool
- Shape Beanie
- Brand Traclet
- Shade Red
- Country of manufacture France
- Washable trichloréthylène
- Season All year
- Gender Mixed