• Mr. Kenichi Higa

    Vintage Russian and Hungarian (via Pinterest) Anna Pavlova Michael Mordkin

  • Polina

    Anna Pavlova, russian ballet dancer, in russian traditional costume. Beginning of XX century

  • Heather Marley

    Russian costumes, probably from Boris Godunov. What a kokoshnik!

  • Happy Scrapper

    Anna Pavlova and Mikhail Mordkin, the Russian Dance, 1909.

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