Fisherman's hat

Dublin Core

Title

Fisherman's hat

Description

Shetlanders wore knitted hats when off fishing, and the the multicoloured patterns contrasted with the brown oilskins and boots they wore. Visitors to the islands two hundred years ago were much taken with these vivid caps, and bartered them from the fishermen – hence why they survive. Harvest from the Sea gallery TEX 7738

Source

workshops

Format

text/plain Alias/WaveFront Object

Language

English

Type

3D Object

License

Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

Europeana

Europeana Data Provider

Shetland Museum and Archive

Object

https://sketchfab.com/models/d9ed0e4028e34a71962199db5221b739/embed

Europeana Type

3D

3D Object Item Type Metadata

Wiki

https://eu-lac.org/vmwiki/index.php/Fisherman's_hat

DescriptionEN

Shetlanders wore knitted hats when off fishing, and the the multicoloured patterns contrasted with the brown oilskins and boots they wore. Visitors to the islands two hundred years ago were much taken with these vivid caps, and bartered them from the fishermen – hence why they survive. Harvest from the Sea gallery TEX 7738

Zenodo ID

1464919

Zenodo URL

https://zenodo.org/record/1464919

doi

10.5281/zenodo.1464919

Author

EULAC

Files

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Citation

“Fisherman's hat,” EU-LAC, accessed September 16, 2019, https://eu-lac.org/omeka/items/show/1.

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