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Kokoshnik accessory for a fancy Court ball dress of Princess Elena Golitzine celebrating the Romanov's 300th Dynasty Anniversary, circa 1903. Made of satin, brocade, lace, fake pearls, rhinestones, sequins, metallic thread;; sewing, embroidery. 14 x 16 cm.

Kokoshnik accessory for a fancy Court ball dress of Princess Elena Golitzine celebrating the Romanov's Dynasty Anniversary, circa 1903

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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"

"le costume populaire russe" Русский костюм XVIII-XIX вв.

Kokoshnik from the "le costume populaire russe" Русский костюм XVIII-XIX вв.

Соро́ка коричневая с камнями. Соро́ка — старинный русский головной убор замужних женщин или его часть. Был широко распространен в центральной России, а также у некоторых групп мордвы. Была самым богатым из женских головных уборов; к началу XX века сорока вышла из употребления.

Magpie brown with stones. Soroka is an old Russian headpiece of married women or a part of it. It was widely distributed in central Russia, as well as some Mordovians.

Coruna, a traditional headdress of an unmarried girl from Arkhangelsk Province, Russia. 18th century. #Russian #folk  #costume

"Koruna" is a traditional headdress of an unmarried girl from Arkhangelsk Province, Russia. An authentic specimen from a museum collection.

Russian traditional costume. Headdress 'borushka' of a married woman from Vologda Province, Northern Russia, 19th century.(Pharyah)

Headdress 'borushka' of a married woman from Vologda Province, Northern Russia, century.

Kokoshnik became a symbol of Russian national headdress. Kokoshnik comes from the old Russian "Kokosh" that meant rooster or chicken. The photo of Countess Orlova-Davydova during 1903 costume ball at Romanov Palace.

Princess Orlova-Davydova in Masquerade Costume for the Ball of The headdress is a traditional Russian headpiece called a кокошник, or kokoshnik.

Decoration for a womans holiday headdress (kokoshnik) beadwork Russian, Probably 19th century Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Decoration for a womans holiday headdress (kokoshnik) beadwork Russian, Probably century Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Headdress

Headgear Russian national costume in the collection Natalia L. Silk and metal threads, shells, glass.

Maiden's Headdress, Vologda Province  Russia, circa Second half of 19th century.  Made of linen, galloon, cord, foil, glass beads, twist, satin, red calico and printed cloth; embroidery. 36 x 15 cm.

omgthatdress: “ Kokoshnik Russia (Vologda), half of the century The Hermitage Museum Donate to the Russian LGBT Network ” about to rob a convenience store

kokoshnik, traditional Russian head-wear, 17th c.

All about kokoshnik, Russian famous hairdress ~ yesterday I found a nice site called "Russiapedia", that contains brief and detailed descriptions of famous Russian stuff, as kokoshnik, okroshka and so on.

Traditional head band of an unmarried girl from Northern Provinces, Russia. 18th century. #Russian #folk #costume

Traditional head band of an unmarried girl from Northern Provinces, Russia.

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