kokoshnik from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905), a Russian noblewoman who endeavored to preserve traditional Russian textiles

kokoshnik from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky a Russian noblewoman who endeavored to preserve traditional Russian textiles wonderful back, but the pattern is too convoluted and the colors are too muddy.

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Date: century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, metal, cotton: This is another example of traditional Russian dress. The saran with the kokoshnik headdress.

20-11-11  Ensemble                                                                                      Date:                                        19th century                                                          Culture:                                        Russian                                                          Medium:                                        silk, metal, linen, cotton                                                          Dimensions…

Ensemble Date: century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, metal, linen, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 32 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 64 in. cm) Length at CB (c): 17 in.

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.

Man ensemble, Traditional Russian costume consists of straight, flowing lines. Beginning at the turn of the 18th century, the sarafan, a long, sleeveless dress, became the most popular article of peasant women's clothing in the Northern and Central regions of Russia. To see at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts.

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

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