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Muscovite era -inspired costumes from a Russian Theatre company, 2015.  Rather late 15th C to post-SCA period - female on left wearing dushgreya.  Male costume probably based on Boris Godunov portrait.

Cold Throne inspiration for nobility. Muscovite era -inspired costumes from a Russian Theatre company, Rather late C to post-SCA period - female on left wearing dushgreya. Male costume probably based on Boris Godunov portrait.

Kokoshnik (and/or ochipok) patterns.  This is one particular sort of kokoshnik - obv. not the famous "fan" type...

Kokoshnik (and/or ochipok) patterns. This is one particular sort of kokoshnik/koruna - obv. not the famous "fan" type.

Ornate kokoshnik or "window" headpiece, heavily decroated with beads and jewels.

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.

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ochipok pattern - (Interesting pattern drafts on these, use for povoiniki?

Кика красная и платок золотом расшитый | Art Party - творческая мастерская | Creative workshop

Кика красная и платок золотом расшитый | Art Party - творческая мастерская | Creative workshop

Princess V.M. Kudasheva (nee Nirod) by klimbims.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Maid of honor, Princess Elizaveta.Baryatinskaya (in a dress for the performance of the Russian dance at the costume ball), 1903

Russian woman wearing kokoshnik and veil. Kostroma, late 19th-early 20th century.

Russian traditional costume from Kostroma Province – kokoshnik headdress with a lace veil. Objects from the State Russian Museum.

This week I almost finished one of our old designs inspired by the ancient Russian headwears. It features a young lovely woman in a luxeri...

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"

Повойник Орловской губернии из энциклопедического словаря «Русский традиционный быт» И.И Шангиной.

Повойник Орловской губернии из энциклопедического словаря «Русский традиционный быт» И.И Шангиной.

Леди Бутик № 9 2015. - Galina Orlova - Веб-альбомы Picasa

Леди Бутик № 9 2015. - Galina Orlova - Веб-альбомы Picasa

Borushka, a traditional headdress of a married woman from Vologda Province, Russia. Gold embroidery, semi-precious stones, mother of pearl. 19th century. Object from the Sergiev Posad State Museum. #Russian #folk #costume

Borushka, a traditional headdress of a married woman from Vologda Province, Russia. Gold embroidery, semi-precious stones, mother of pearl. Object from the Sergiev Posad State Museum.