Two Tricolor Cockades - One for your hat and one for your coat! The largest cockade made of 1 1/2" grosgrain ribbon and measures approx. 3 1/2" in diameter. The smaller one is approx. 2 1/2" in diameter and made with 7/8" grosgrain ribbon. Both have an antique fleur de lis button in the center (your choice of silver or gold) plus a felt backing. There is a bar pin on the back for attaching them to clothing or a cloth hat.
CAUTION: The pin will not go through a felt hat without bending and possibly breaking. Please stitch your hat side up with thread or a thin ribbon and then attach the pin to the stitching.
We ship via USPS Priority Mail with Insurance so that you will receive order in 2-3 days once the package is posted, plus you can track it on-line.
HISTORY: Cockades were widely worn by revolutionaries beginning in 1789. They now pinned the blue-and-red cockade of the Paris militia onto the white cockade of the Bourbon dynasty - thus producing the first original Tricolore cockade.
The tricolore cockade was created in July 1789. White (the royal color) was added to nationalize an earlier blue and red design. This cockade was adopted as part of the uniform of the National Guard, the national police force that succeeded the militia after Bastille Day.
The Society of Revolutionary Republican Women, a militant group on the far left, demanded a law in early 1793 that would compel all women to wear the tricolore cockade to demonstrate their loyalty to the Republic. The law was passed but was violently opposed by other groups of women. The Jacobins in charge of the government decided that women had no place in public affairs, and disbanded all women's organizations in October 1793.
You can find other trims in the Supplies section.
Look for more cockades in our Cockades and Rosettes section.
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Jun 6, 2019
Mar 27, 2018
Perfect! Just what I wanted!