Natural Orange and Brown Amherst Pheasant Feathered Beret Headpiece Hat "Madlyn"
DESCRIPTIONHandmade Headpiece, Made to Order in 10 working days. Can be customised with different colour pops by request (please email to enquire).
Hand Sewn Beret Headpiece called "Madlyn". Madlyn is so Pretty in Tones of Browns, Black and White from the Amherst Pheasant, with Orange Ostrich Feathers and Quill with a little colour pop.
Classic Beret Shape Base in Natural Sinamay, with a Feather arrangement of curled trimmed ostrich and amherst pheasant feathers, curled chevron cut bleached woodland pheasant, one long orange quill, and orange tip amherst wing feathers, all individually trimmed, curled and hand sewn onto the headpiece.
This headpiece is a 7.25" x 6.25" Button Base (Yes this is Large Enough for Ascot Royal Enclosure).
Base Measures 7.25" x 6.25".
Feather arrangement approx 7" high, x 8" Width.
Attaches using both a comb on the underside at back, and a elastic band that you wrap around the back of head, under hair. If don't require the elastic it can simple be rolled up inside the button.
Please take note that this headpiece is made to order, and we ask for 10 working days to make this headpiece before dispatch.
Condition : New
Product Code : FG2711
I just wanted to let you know that I wore my amazing hat to a friend's wedding yesterday. I got so many compliments about it and lots of friends asking where I'd managed to find such an incredible headpiece! I felt fantastic in it so thank you very much! Was very pleased with the product and service received. I will DEFINITELY be ordering from you again!
Michelle Allen | London | December 2014
This is the most adorable headpiece. Very well made and arrived very quickly considering it was shipped internationally. Can't wait to wear at the Melbourne Races now. xx
Krista Myers | Melbourne | September 2014
An absolute gem of a find. So stunning I didn't want to take it off at the end of the day. I don't think any headpiece I've ever worn before has ever got me so much attention from people wanting to know where it came from. A simply amazing piece.
Kathy Elliott | Hants | September 2014