This felt hat with black tassel was made in Fez, Morocco.
According to Wikipedia, ‘the fez was developed to fashionable heights by the Andalusian Arabs in the city of Fes, Morocco, by the 17th Century. The artisans involved in their making were the most select member of the city’s souqs. The name originates from the City of Fez in Morocco, which produced the dye, made from crimson berries, used to colour the hat.’
Fez are still seen today most commonly in the city of Fez, often worn on Fridays, the holy day. Musicians playing classic Arabic music will also often wear Fez.
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