The kokoshnik  is a commonly used name for a variety of traditional Russian headdresses worn by women and girls to accompany the sarafan, primarily worn in the northern regions of Russia in the 16th to 19th centuries.

Beautiful kokoshnik with pearls! - The kokoshnik is a commonly used name for a variety of traditional Russian headdresses worn by women and girls to accompany the sarafan, primarily worn in the northern regions of Russia in the to centuries.

Dress, 1870's Scanned from Russian Elegance

Oh this is just beautiful. Victorian Dress With Bustle, Train And Hanging Sleeves With Floral And Paisley Embroidery

Mantle // Late 18th century Hungarian | myLusciousLife.com

Mantle Date: late century Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool, leather, metal.

FolkCostume: White, Black and Red Embroidery of Chernyhiw Province and East Polissia, Ukraine

Hello all, Today I want to talk about a type of embroidery typical of North Central Ukraine, in Eastern Polissia, basically the northern.

Two Nerdy History Girls: A Rare Wedding Dress for a Highland Bride, c. 1785 also have PDF on dress construction 'Highland wedding dress 541'

From the archive: Isabella MacTavish Fraser's Wedding Dress, wool, Scotland, used continuously by a single family since it was made in last worn in Collection of Inverness Museums & Art Gallery.

Russian costume in painting. ‘Girl in a Kokoshnik Headdress’ by Andrey Shishkin, a contemporary Russian artist. #art

Russian ‘Kokoshnik Headdress’ by Andrey Shishkin, a contemporary Russian artist.

History of Russian Costume from the Eleventh to the Twentieth Century  Alyoshina, T. S., I. I. Vishnevskaya, L. V. Efimova, T. T. Korshunova, V. A. Malm, E. Yu. Moiseenko, M. M. Postnokova-Loseva, and E. P. Chernukha (1977)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - FREE PDF History of Russian Costume from the Eleventh to the Twentieth Century

Russian Town Costume | FolkCostume&Embroidery | Bloglovin’

Russian Town Costume (FolkCostume&Embroidery)

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Search results for Russian

Hello all, Today I will address a type of embroidery which excites strong feelings among Ukrainians. It is typified by the Rushn.

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