Rock group U2 have won a legal battle against their former stylist, forcing her to hand over a cowboy hat and clothes she took from them in 1987.
U2 have been battling for the return of a number of their possessions
Singer Bono told Dublin's High Court last month that Lola Cashman acquired the items without permission during the band's Joshua Tree tour.
She insisted they were a gift to her from the star and appealed against a ruling that she must return them.
In a statement the band said they were "relieved" the legal battle is over.
"Proceedings were issued in Ireland very much as a last resort and with great reluctance," they said.
They added that they wished Ms Cashman "well in the future" and they would not be pursuing costs from her, despite being entitled to.
The possessions were estimated to be valued at 5,000 euros (£3,400).
U2 had been fighting with Ms Cashman over the ownership of a Stetson hat, a pair of metal hooped earrings, a green sweatshirt and a pair of black trousers.
They were also trying to retrieve a number of other items which had been seen in her flat, including a video tape and monitor, rosary beads and hundreds of photographs.
During the appeal hearing, she claimed Bono was running around in his underwear backstage at the Sun Devil Stadium in Arizona on the last night of the tour when she asked him for the hat.
Ms Cashman claimed Bono had "plonked" his hat on her head
The court was told he "plonked" it on her head.
In 2002, Ms Cashman put some of the memorabilia up for sale at Christie's.
She claimed two letters sent to the auction house from U2 lawyers seeking their return were defamatory, and began proceedings against the band in the High Court in London.