Bonnet: the ordinary bonnet appears to be borne only in the insignia of a Company.
Argent, a fesse between three bonnets azure, impaled with or a chevron gules between three woolpacks proper--Company of BONNETMAKERS, Edinburgh.
The velvet cap of crimson, within a coronet, q.v., is also called a bonnet.
Bonnet, Electoral: a cap of crimson velvet turned up with ermine, This was borne over the arms of Hanover until some time after the erection of that state into a kingdom in 1814, when a crown was substituted in its stead.
Bonnet, Albanian. See Cap.