Hat

Production date
1950
Description
A large brimmed straw hat with a yellow velvet ribbon around the base of the crown with a small bunch of imitation flowers on one side. There are yellow velvet bows on two sides of the hat. Yellow velvet ribbon binds the edge of the brim. There are two white flowers and a small cluster of foliage on the underside of the rim. Printed inside the hat band is the following: "An EMKAY Product".
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Manufacturer
Production date
1950
Production period
Credit line
This hat was worn by Betty Wright to her brother's wedding in Hamilton in January 1950.
Accession number
TM.2001.005
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Yesterday (March 19th 2021) I bought a lovely brown felt lady's hat from an antiques shop in New Zealand, a little like a bowler, embellished with pink and brown feathers. They could tell me nothing about it, but, like yours, the band inside has the words: an EMKAY product. Printed inside the crown are the words HOOD Made in England 2078. So their range obviously included different materials, but I can't find anything else as yet

- Belinda Mellor on 19-03-2021 22:32:35

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