Made in France, the little Phrygian, with its embroidered cockade, is the symbolic cap of the French revolution.
Little Phrygian: the hat of the French revolution
Symbol of freedom, the little Phrygian cap is worn for costume balls, theatrical performances but also during demonstrations.
The Phrygian cap is a symbol of freedom because of its similarity to the cap worn by slaves freed from the Roman Empire, and its name means "freedom cap"
He is also the hat of the French Revolution, headed by Marianne, the allegorical figure of the Republic. The tricolor cockade is embroidered on this hat.
This is a small version of the Phrygian cap, without the long earmuffs.
The little Phrygian is a hat made in France by the Traclet hat factory.
- Shape Specific hats
- Shade Red
- Gender Mixed
Jean-luc O. published the 27/02/2020 following an order made on 27/02/2020
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