Date: 2007-12-11 12:20 am (UTC)
Depends on what you consider a hat & what you consider a color too.

Like Elizabeth Brydges here -- I see a lot of gold, maybe even a gold front & base with some black on top.

Here's an unknown child with a black patterned cap.

And there's the various versions of Mary Queen of Scots in her white cap. But does that count as a hat? Don't say it doesn't count as English, bec. Hilliard painted one & it looks the same ;-)

Then again, the prevalence of black hats is something I loooove about 16th century bec. I can just use the same ol' hat over & over again.
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