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    Jacobite Era Highland Bonnet sources

    Where is everyone getting their wonderful Jacobite Era Highland Bonnets?

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    Scottish Tartans Museum. Its under "hand knit bonnets"
    Somebody ought to.

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    Seems they are not taking anymore orders.

    try
    Richard Bray
    Rbray1 at twenty.rr.com

    $40+$5 shipping

    Konn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guinach View Post
    Seems they are not taking anymore orders.

    try
    Richard Bray
    Rbray1 at twenty.rr.com

    $40+$5 shipping

    Konn
    Yup, apparently Ryan Ross isn't doing them right now, which makes me glad I have two of his. A third possibility might be Lamar Britt -- he makes the Ferguson Britt sporrans offered via the Scottish Tartans Museum. For the bonnets he makes, look here:

    http://www.sporans.com/highlanderbon...olbonnets.html
    "It's all the same to me, war or peace,
    I'm killed in the war or hung during peace."

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    I can say Mr. Bray's bonnets are top notch!!!

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    ***! on Lamar Britt.
    Workmanship is excellent. A very comfortable lid.
    Last edited by MNlad; 29th March 13 at 07:11 AM.
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    J Byous in Savannah: http://www.savannahkilts.com/Headwear2.html exhibits a variety of different headgear on their site. I got the summer wool balmoral a few years back, which is not quilted and is softer and "floppier" than a traditional balmoral (more like the old bonnets), but has grosgrain rosette for mounting a badge. They've got a "Jacobite Summer Balmoral" as well.

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    Historicalcaps.net in the UK

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    Rick bray makes them knit.
    Last edited by Guinach; 30th March 13 at 06:18 PM.

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