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Ensemble Date: late century Culture: Russian Medium: velvet, silk, cotton Accession Number:

Russian Blackwork: Lovely Russian girl "Sudarushka"

different types of traditional Russian headdresses (up left to right): Kichka (Kika), Venets, Povyazka; down: Kokoshnik (two types) "If you ignore tradition, you ignore what we are made of"

A Russian traditional dress

Russian sarafan, as the person whom I pinned this from said, it's out of period, but still lovely. According to this source: it's a Sarafan from the province of Tver.-- Reference for Princess of Russia

Headdress  Date: early 19th century   Culture: Russian   Medium: glass, metal, cotton, mother-of-pearl

Kokoshnik Russia, early century The Metropolitan Museum of Art Donate to the Russian LGBT Network

Russian Blackwork

different types of traditional Russian headdresses (up left to right): Kichka (Kika), Venets, Povyazka; down: Kokoshnik (two types) "If you ignore tradition, you ignore what we are made of"

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Russian ensemble via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Kokoshnik Russia, late century The Metropolitan Museum of Art donate to the Russian LGBT Network

Dress 19th century Russian

Dress Date: probably century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, metallic thread Dimensions: Width at Bottom (a): 43 in.

Kokoshnik, a festive headdress of a married woman from Toropets Region, Pskov Province, Russia. Gold embroidery, beads and pearls. 18th century. #Russian #folk #costume

Kokoshnik, a festive headdress of a married woman from Toropets Region, Pskov Province, Russia. Gold embroidery, beads and pearls.

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