From the 1950s, a small platter hat in multi-texture navy blue straw with matching veiling and small, white flowers at front brim and blue velvet detail at very low crown. Interior grosgrain band.
Screen-worn in two different scenes of "Behind the Movement," a TVOne biopic about Rosa Parks. See photos!
Materials: synthetic straw in two textures, rayon blend velvet and grosgrain ribbon, nylon netting, faux floral
Condition: only very minor signs of age, no flaws to note. I tend to keep veiling folded up and away, but you could easily lower the veiling if you prefer it down (no flaws found).
- one size fits all, as this sits atop the head and the crown has no depth to speak of -
diameter - 9.75"/25cm
brim depth at front - 2.5"/6cm
brim depth at back - 0.5"/1.25cm
☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 30 years old, unless otherwise specified. Please read condition report provided above. ☜
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