Patchwork Cap, green checkered

Item number: PatchB

Fancy peaked cap 

  • trendy design
  • handmade
  • Colour: green checkered
  • Pattern: Patchwork

Category: Peaked cap

Manufacturers: Mucross Weavers

39,00 €

including 19% VAT. , no shipping costs (Standard)

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Chic green checked patchwork peaked cap from Muckross House in Ireland for the colder and rainy seasons. The typical, Irish cap cap captivates by its unique, timeless design. The patchwork visor cap dresses men and women equally and is an absolute eye-catcher. The cap can be combined super and is perfect for outdoor activities. All caps are woven with only the finest yarns and with looms that are 200 years old. Exactly these old Hattersley looms ensure the high quality and softness of the products. The designs are unique and each product is individual. The special garment made of high quality materials for men and women who love the unique.

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Ludwig W., Steinach

Ich war sogar sehr zufrieden! Schöne Qualität, guter Preis schneller Versand

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The cap of Muckross House is usually very insensitive. However, if you should ever get heavily soiled, it is best to have your Muckross cap professionally cleaned so that you can enjoy this product for a long time.
Not only the products of Mucros Weavers are unique, but also the production facility. The hand-woven scarves, caps and tweed vests are made in the beautiful Killarney National Park on the premises of Muckross House. The park, with its forests, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and ever-changing sky colours, is a true inspiration for master weaver John Cahill. John began his apprenticeship as a master weaver here at the legendary Muckross House in 1966.