Associated with The Bronze Age (3,200 BC to around 6ht Century BC) – ''Golden Hats'' are a rare form of possibly early Royalty – in relation to their Coronation Crown. Only (4) are known to exist. These types of headwear were handcrafted from thin sheets of Gold and were finally detailed. The Golden plates were affixed to straw or other organic material (woven to crate the initial form of The Hat. Golden Hats were conical in shape and often very tall (in one case around 4-feet tall). The Golden Hats feature (most), a disc shaped Brim which curved downwards and helped (somewhat) with stability when worn.