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A mix of Western and Eastern European traditional dress
Doukhobor Woman's Traditional Outfit Date: late 19th century
Doukhobor Woman's Traditional Outfit Date: first half of 20th century
Jacket with metalic embroidery and pearls Ottoman Empire 19th c (Private collection Linda Pastorino)
Shirt - 1800's -- they grew the flax, wove the linen fabric, then had to dye the threads and embroider the shirt - oh, and plan the design. What we take for granted today.
Matyo shirt for a man -(Hungarian)
Szur (Hungarian coat) -- embroidered, appliqued -- . Men were proud to wear these -- they were highly coveted.
Szur (coat) from Hungary - the Hungarian crest is embroidered into the design
Coat from Hungary
Early 1900's ladies lambs skin jacket from Hungary
Back side of lamb skin jacket
A Kárpátmedence viseletei - 104227362733955419577 - Picasa Web Albums A beautiful Kalocsa outfit
A Kárpátmedence viseletei - 104227362733955419577 - Picasa Web Albums
A Kárpátmedence viseletei - 104227362733955419577 - Picasa Web Albums Kalotaszeg
Hutsul from Carpathian mountings , W Ukraine, from Iryna
FolkCostume: Costume of western Krakow region
Вышивка самоцветами, жемчугом и бисером
Young Brides, Old Treasures: Macedonian Embroidered Dress
Minho costume, Portugal, c.1940
Ensemble, 19th century, Russian, silk, cotton or linen. Sarafan and sleeveless jacket only.
Back view, 19th century Russian Sarafan only. Worn with long-sleeved chemise/blouse.
View of the front part of the ceremonial costume of unmarried couple of Moravian Slovakia (Slovácké Wine Festival and Heritage Uherske Hradište 2011).
Rear view of costume of unmarried women of Moravian Slovakia (Slovácké Wine Festival and Heritage Uherske Hradište 2011).