This hat is reserved but don't despair. All Ratty Tat Hats are one off, individual designs and I am happy to create a Tailor Made hat specifically to suit the wearer. If you do not find what you are after here in the Shop please get in touch with me via the Contact page to discuss your custom creation.

 

The Celebrant is an inky black 4" crown top hat also known as a Deadman topper with a verdigris mono-goggle, stack of miniature leather bound books, feather quill ink pin, key and escutcheon and a brass dragonfly. It is handmade from 100% wool with all embellishments hand sewn into position, lined with Ratty Tat Hat's branding, pale gold satin and finished to a fine heirloom quality. Each hat is presented in its own Ratty Tat hatbox and securely sent in a double-skin outer box.

The Celebrant - Reserved for Karina

  • UK & Ireland £15.00

    Most European destinations £30.00

    USA £65.00

    Canada £70.00

    Reduced delivery rates apply for two or more hats in one order.

    Deliveries outside areas specified above can usually be arranged.

    Further details for delivery including costs and schedules are available in Terms section.

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Steampunk Creations

 

Steampunk is a Neo-Victorian style which includes science fiction and fantasy references. It conjures up thoughts of steampowered machinery, airships, pioneers and swashbuckling adventures whilst often embracing the romance of Victorian glamour.

 

There are many examples of Steampunk influences within films such as Alice in Wonderland, Around the World in 80 Days, Sherlock Holmes and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

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