Nebelkind Mercy Snapback in black
Snapback Cap of Mercy
Mercy is not only a virtue of Christianity, but stands in all religions for granting relief to all people who are in difficulties - without expecting anything in return. This cap makes a statement following the "Seven Works of Mercy". Be generous, unconditionally.
The Seven Acts by Pieter Bruehgel the Younger
The brim of our snapback cap is covered by a painting by the artist Pieter Bruehgel the Younger, created during the 17th century. This canvas shows the seven acts of mercy: To feed the hungry, To give drink to the thirsty, To clothe the naked, To shelter the homeless, To visit the sick, To visit the imprisoned and To bury the dead. Although not every detail of the picture fits on the cap, you'll convey some kind of mercy.
Enough "No Mercy"
There are several caps with "No Mercy" printings out there. Time for the converse. And that's what this snapback should stand for. The cap is kept in simple black, only the brim is printed with a colored painting. A fat lettering "The 7 Works of Mercy" is stitched on the front.
To finish, a somehow unusual but appropriate verse from Luke 6: "If you only love those who love you - and if you do only good to those who are good to you, what credit is that to you?
|Size||58cm (22 2/3'') adjustable, Visor 5cm deep|
|Crown Profile||High Profile|
|Care Instructions||Wipe lightly with a damp cloth. Lint roller.|
|Made for||Men, Women|