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Example of tricorne
The tricorne is a hat very in vogue in the XVIIIe century, of triangular
shape to sides folded on the skullcap in three horns, from where his/her/its
three-horned hat nickname.
He/it appeared toward 1690. These are the soldiers who spilled the use
of it: the hats to large sides that they used tended to subside, it
is why they had the idea to carry up the sides while pinning them to
clear itself/themselves the view. He/it will be abandoned in the years
1770 for the bicorne because the wigs reached a size so voluminous that
the tricorne didn't hold there more, the bicorne presenting the advantage
to be nearly flat on a side and to hold to the hand or stuck under the
He/it can be accessorized with rare feathers (ostrich), a ribbon, etc.
He/it nearly carried exclusively itself in hat of city, holding to the
hand in order to not décoiffer the wig.
In Spain, the minister of the justice the marquis of Esquilache, tried
in March 1766, to return the port of the obligatory tricorne, because
the sombrero redondo and the big mantle permitted to conceal the face
If the side of the tricorne is small, one speaks of hat lantern or lantern
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