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CROATIA | Ensemble, 1971. Croatian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Patrick and Marla Osinski, 1983 (1983.219a–e) #WorldCup

Ensemble Ensemble Add to MyMet Share Permalink Additional Images Ensemble Date: 1971 Culture: Croatian Medium: cotton, silk, leather

Wedding ensemble Date: 1922 Culture: Slovak Medium: cotton, silk, metal

Slovak Wedding ensemble Date: 1922 Culture: Slovak Medium: cotton, silk, metal…

Slovakian Costume

Separates", Slovakia, Late C Incomplete costume: blouse & skirt w/ orange & yellow embroidery, (light stains); apron w/ multi-color silk lace, very good.

mikapanteleon-PawakomastoNhpiagwgeio: 25η Μαρτίου (3) - Μια βόλτα στα Μουσεία

Amalia (Αμαλίας) the urban dress of the Athenian woman, named after the first queen of Greece who established it as the formal attire of the Royal Court @ National Historical Museum, Athens, Greece

Khanty woman's festive costume, with the front completely covered with red and blue diamonds.  From Tobolsk Province, late 19th or early 20th century.  Image courtesy of the Russian Museum of Ethnography, Saint Petersburg.

Costume of the South Khanty people, Russia Khanty people belong to the Ugric tribes. They are one of the indigenous minorities in Siberia. Khanty language is related to Hungarian.

Mexican traditional blouse. 1945-1950. Ivory cotton with lace insets and intricate multi-color floral silk embroidery. Photo: The MET Museum

Ivory cotton with lace insets and intricate multi-color floral silk embroidery. Photo: The MET Museum (Cotton Top Metropolitan Museum)

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Skirt, late century, Spanish I would wear a shorter version of this today, if I could make one.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Jacket  French (Breton peoples) Medium: wool, wool thread, metal thread, glass beads Dimensions: Length: 18 1/2 in. (47 cm) Credit Line: Purchase, 1906 (through Sir Purdon Clark)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Jacket French (Breton peoples) Medium: wool, wool thread, metal thread, glass beads Dimensions: Length: 18 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, 1906 (through Sir Purdon Clark)

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