Phrygian Cap

Quite simple, cone- shape cap with a natural folded top. Popular since the ancient times. Phrygian cap wore parian marble Attis (the 2nd century) or  Three Magi from The Basilica of Sant’ Apollinare Nuovo (the 6th century) in Ravenna.

The cap fits perfectly to 10th-12th century outfit as well.

Our phrygian cap is made of thin, flexible felt, usually without lining.

Three Wise Magi, Basilica of Sant’ Apollinare Nuovo, 6th c.
Trinity College Apocalypse, France, 1242-1250
Bible moralisee, France, 1220-1230