National Costume - Europe
Folk costumes from Europe. ***Am now separating by continents, please follow the other boards if you're interested!
National Costume - Europe
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Jewish woman's dress, late 19th-early 20th century, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Georgian woman's attire Tbilisi Late 19th - early 20th century Coat: Embroidered silk quilt Dress: Silk Head kerchief:Tulle, cotton-thread embroidery Forehead band and hair piece Silk and metal-thread embroidery on silk velvet, curly sidelocks
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Man's folk costume, 1850-1905, German.
Germanischen Nationalmuseum, Folk Fashion, Germanisch Nationalmuseum, Eichenfürst Männer, Aus Eichenfürst, 1850 1905 Eichenfürst, Eichenfürst Marktheidenfeld, Germany, Folk Costumes
Bräutigam aus Eichenfürst (Männer, Oberkleidung, Tracht (mehrteilig)) 1850/1905
Wedding Ensemble 1850-1905 Eichenfürst, Marktheidenfeld, Germany
Wedding Ensemble 1850-1905 Eichenfürst, Marktheidenfeld, Germany Germanisches Nationalmuseum
Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg | Objektkatalog
Ensemble, 1900-72, Spanish.
Fashion, Spanish Ensemble, 1900 1972, Folk Art, Folk Costumespain, Costumes Institution, Wool Embroidery, Spanish Dresses, Metropolitan Museums
Spanish, 1900-1972 Linen + wool embroidery
Absolutely stunning Spanish dress
Spanish ensemble via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ensemble | Spanish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mantle, 1840-70, Hungarian.
Things Hungarian, 2500 Years, Folk Art, Hungarian Folk, Hungarian Medium, Hungarian Szur, 1840 70 Culture, Brooklyn Museums, Metropolitan Museums
c. 1840–70; wool, leather, cotton; Hungarian szür (derived from mantles over 2500 years old, and continued to be worn into the early 20th century) garment worn by shepherds mostly. Length at CB: 49 1/2 in. (125.7 cm)
Audible "wow" when I found this. Hungarian szur, mostly worn by shepherds. 1840-70
Mantle Date: 1840–70 Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool, leather, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 49 1/2 in. (125.7 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Museum Expedition 1922, Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund, 1922 Accession Number: 2009.300.56
Mantle | Hungarian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Headdress, fourth quarter 19th century, German.
German Headdress, Fourth Quarter, Headdress Germany, Quarter 19Th, Floral Headdress, 19Th Century, 18751900 Germany, Artificial Flower, Metropolitan Museums
Headdress | German, fourth quarter 19th century | Materials: silk, cotton, glass | Floral headdresses are traditional in many different cultures, originating in pagan rituals and continuing in Christian ceremonies | The use of richly-colored artificial flowers and sparkling beads make this a particularly striking example | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
German headdress at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Headdress, Germany, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Headdress | German | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ensemble, 20th century, Portuguese.
Design Inspiration, Portuguese Culture, Traditional Folkwear, Ensemble 20Th, Costumes Du, 20Th Century, Choirs Costumes, Traditional Portuguese, Embroidery Inspiration
Ensemble 20th Century Portugal MET
Ensemble | Portuguese | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Blouse, late 19th century, Spanish.
Century Culture, Folk Trib, Blouses Late, Late 19Th, Century Spain, Traditional Clothing, Historical Fashion, 19Th Century, Folk Costumes
Blouse Late 19th Century Spain
Blouse Date: late 19th century Culture: Spanish Medium: linen, silk
Blouse | Spanish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ensemble, c. 1932, Swedish.
Swedish Medium, 1930S Fashion, 1930 S Fashion, Ensemble Swedish 1932, 1932 Culture, Wear
Date: ca. 1932 Culture: Swedish Medium: wool, cotton, metal
Ensemble | Swedish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Wedding veil, first quarter 19th century, Russian.
Wedding Veils, Cotton Dimensions, Floral Design, Quarter 19Th, Vintage Russian Fashion, Historical Clothing, 19Th Century, Brooklyn Museums, Metropolitan Museums
Wedding veil 1st quarter 19th c Russian Silk, metal, cotton Dimensions: 58 1/2 in Married women were required to cover their hair entirely lest they be considered immodest; they wore fatas, usually a white muslin veil woven with silk floral designs and gold embroidery. The fabric of this veil is beautiful and expensive, indicating the wearer was quite wealthy. The grand size, reaching all the way to the floor suggests it was for a very special occasion, most likely a wedding.
Wedding veil, first quarter 19th century. Russian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection
Date: first quarter 19th century Culture: Russian Medium: Silk, metal, cotton Dimensions: 58 1/2 in. (148.6 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Edward S. Harkness in memory of her mother, Elizabeth Greenman Stillman, 1931
Wedding veil | Russian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ensemble, late 19th century, Russian.