Queens Royal Irish Hussars Pipers Caubeen Hackle – HLI Bonnet Hackle – Special Order

Queens Royal Irish Hussars pipers caubeen hackle – HLI Bonnet Hackle

Traditional military regimental feather glengarry hackle made to order for pipe bands and regimental associations. 100% hand made in the UK as supplied to the regiments.

Total length from base of loop to tip of feather pressed flat approx 5 – 5 1/2″ / 12.5 – 13.5cm

Hand made from goose coquille feathers.

100% made in the UK

Made to order – Minimum quantity x6 approx 10-14 days

Our regimental feather hackles and plumes are all made in the UK to Ministry of Defence standards. Perfect for your glengarry, Balmoral or Tam O Shanter. As supplied to the Highland regiments and British army and hand made using high quality feathers which comply with the rigorous Ministry of Defence requirements in the UK.

We can also offer bespoke regimental feather hackles. As supplied to pipe bands, re-enactors, film and theatre, why not email us with your requirements – Minimum quantity applies to special order pattern hackles.

Description

Queens Royal Irish Hussars pipers caubeen hackle – HLI Bonnet Hackle – Traditional military regimental feather glengarry hackle made to order for pipe bands and regimental associations. 100% hand made in the UK as supplied to the regiments. Queens Royal Irish Hussars pipers caubeen hackle. Total length from base of loop to tip of feather pressed flat approx 5 – 5 1/2″ / 12.5 – 13.5cm

Hand made from goose coquille feathers.

100% made in the UK

Our regimental feather hackles and plumes are all made in the UK to Ministry of Defence standards. Perfect for your glengarry, Balmoral or Tam O Shanter. As supplied to the Highland regiments and British army and hand made using high quality feathers which comply with the rigorous Ministry of Defence requirements in the UK.

We can also offer bespoke regimental feather hackles. As supplied to pipe bands, re-enactors, film and theatre, why not email us with your requirements – Minimum quantity applies to special order pattern hackles.

The Queen’s Royal Irish Hussars, abbreviated as QRIH, was a cavalry regiment of the British Army formed from the amalgamation of the 4th Queen’s Own Hussars and the 8th King’s Royal Irish Hussars in 1958. The regiment saw active service against insurgents in Aden; during the Indonesia–Malaysia confrontation and during the Gulf War, as well as regular service in West Germany as part of the British Army of the Rhine. The regiment was amalgamated with the Queen’s Own Hussars to form the Queen’s Royal Hussars on 1 September 1993.