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Established in 1975, Sacred Feather began as a partnership between Paul Henry, a CPA from North Carolina who was looking for his Utopia and a business to realize it with, and Tony Badame, a loan officer from Chicago who was losing interest with banking. Paul and Tony began as push cart peddlers with a vending cart on State Street. They found a basement location after a month or so and opened for business as a craft shop offering hand made leather goods, jewelry, pottery, artwork, and a few hats. After five years in business together, Paul left the partnership and settled in Portland Oregon. Sacred Feather, now owned by Tony and his wife Annie, is housed in a rustic sandstone building, built in 1884. The shop is set back a bit from the street and was once a tailor shop and then a lingerie shop for 30 years. Now a hat and leather shop, the building has the look of an old boarding house ( rooms are still rented upstairs ) and on cold winter days you'll find a fire blazing in the small ( formerly coal-burning ) fireplace. At Sacred Feather we don't just sell hats, we stand behind them. We want our customers to look to us for the fit, style, and care of the hats we sell. We specialize in hard-to-fit sizes and offer brand name products for men and women. We also showcase a number of handmade women's hats at our shop, most made by local artists. Browse the hats offered at this site and mail or fax us an order or stop in when you're in town. We are open seven days a week:

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Primary Phone: (608) 255-6002

Phone: (608) 255-6002

  • Hats
Payment method
amex, discover
State Street, Downtown Madison
Leather Goods, Clothing Stores, Luggage, Leather
Other Information

Parking: Street

Price Range : Average


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