Quimper, in the late 19th century still coexist caps 'borleden and pishou', the bottom (back of the cap or the bonnet) latter -- locally called "jewel" - being folded around a wooden disc. The term Bordelen is just a small cardboard covered with satin or embroidery. Concealed by the sub-cap (koef bihan - bonnet hair), The flanges are tied under the chin. - Finistère dept. - Brittany region, France .....zizitop.eklablog.net
While Frank Lloyd Wright was developing his Prarie Style in Chicago, the brothers Greene and Greene were building their Ultimate Craftsman Bungalows out west. These houses are the height of the style. There is heavy Asian influence. Much of the house is held together with Japanese style joinery. No nails. No glue.