These one-size-fits-all hats are made of felt and interfaced to keep their shape. Each hat is different. All of them have silky ribbons to tie under the chin for windy days.
Fits toddler to adult
The hennin was a headdress in the shape of a cone or 'steeple', worn in the late Middle Ages by European women of the nobility. They appeared from about 1430 onwards. They were most common in Burgundy and France, but also elsewhere, especially at the English courts.
The hennin was typically 12 to 18 inches high, and was worn tilted backward at an angle. It was generally accompanied by a veil, formally termed a cointoise, that usually emerged from the top of the cone and was allowed to fall onto the woman's shoulders.