Cockades - Made to Order & Historical Colors

Cockades - Made to Order & Historical Colors

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A cockade is a knot of ribbons, or other circular- or oval-shaped symbol of distinctive colors, which is usually worn on a hat. 

Skinny black ribbon on the back allows it to be tied onto your cap and removed if need be. Optional pin back can be added at no additional cost by request. These cockades average just over 3.5" across.

Colors are listed from inside to outside, inside color is a fabric covered button. If two colors are listed a metal button will be placed in the center. 

Specify your color choices while the item is in your cart in the notes section. 

Shipping times vary on custom orders. 

list of national cockades borrowed from Wikipedia

(colors listed from center to ring) 

  • Argentina: sky blue-white-sky blue
  • Austria (before 1918): black-gold
  • Austria (current since 1918), Denmark, Peru, Turkey: red-white-red
  • Belgium: black-yellow-red
  • Bolivia: red-yellow-green
  • Bulgaria: red-green-white
  • Colombia: yellow-blue-red
  • Czech Republic: blue-red-white
  • Ecuador: red-blue-yellow
  • Estonia: white-black-blue
  • Finland, Greece (1822): white-blue-white
  • France (1794–1814, 1815 and current since 1830): blue-white-red
  • France (before 1794, 1814–1815 and 1815–1830), United Kingdom (Stuart dynasty): white
  • Germany (1918–1932 and since 1945): black-red-gold
  • Germany (1871–1918 and 1932–1945): red-white-black
  • Component states of the German Empire (1871–1918):
      • Anhalt: green
      • Baden: yellow-red-yellow
      • Bavaria: white-sky blue-white
      • Bremen: white-red-white
      • Brunswick: blue-yellow-blue
      • Lippe: red-yellow
      • Mecklenburg: red-yellow-blue
      • Oldenburg: blue-red-blue
      • Prussia: black-white-black
      • Saxony: green-white-green
      • Saxe-Weimar: black-yellow-green
      • Schaumburg-Lippe: blue-red-white
      • Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt: blue-white-blue
      • Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen: white-blue-white
      • Waldeck-Reuss: black-red-yellow
      • Württemberg: black-red-black
  • German Confederation (1848–1871): gold-red-black
  • Greece (1833),  Portugal (1821–1823 and 1830–1910: blue-white
  • Hungary: red-white-green
  • Ireland (current since 1922): green-white-orange
  • Ireland (before 1922): green or sky blue
  • Italy (current since 1848), Mexico: green-white-red,
  • Italy(before 1848), : blue savoy
  • Monaco: red-white
  • Netherlands: orange
  • Paraguay, USA (current): blue-white-red
  • Poland: white-red
  • Portugal (current since 1910): green-red
  • Portugal (1797–1821 and 1823–1830): blue-red
  • Romania: blue-yellow-red
  • San Marino: white-blue
  • Serbia: white-blue-red
  • Spain (1843–1844 and current since 1871): red-yellow-red
  • Spain (until 1843 and 1844–1871): red
  •  Sweden: (military): yellow
  •  Sweden, (civil) yellow-blue
  • United Kingdom (Hanoverian dynasty): black
  • USA (War of Independence - Union Cockade): white-black
  • USA (War of Independence - Triple Alliance): white-black-red
  • Venezuela: red-blue-yellow