Russian national women's headwear

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"

Kokoshnik (head-dress) from a woman's festive national costume, Russian, second half of the 19th century (cloth, galloon, embroidery, muslin) (see also 74554) location Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia medium cloth, galloon, muslin and embroidery date 19th (C19th)

Kokoshnik (head-dress) from a woman's festive national costume, Russian, second half of the century

Kokoshnik – a headdress of a woman from the town of Toropets, Pskov Province, Russia. Late 18th – early 19th century.

Kokoshnik (headdress) of a woman from the town of Toropets, Pskov Province, Russia.

Русский национальный костюм

Pretty girl in a Russian headdress 'kokoshnik'. Photo by Alexander Grinberg,

Moscow kokoshnik, Vologda sbornik, two maide headdreses that totally look like kokoshnik, but are not, b/c in the back they do not cover up the hair. They are called povyazka, a "hairband".

from Moscow called zbornik from Vologda of unmarried girls from Northern provinces.

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"Koruna" is a traditional headdress of an unmarried girl from Arkhangelsk Province, Russia. 18th century. An authentic specimen  from a museum collection. #Russian #folk #national #costume

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

Kokoshnik with "Pochelok" and "Khlobysten". Northern provinces, Russia, late 18th – early 19th century. Embroidered with gilt metal thread, embellished with pink foiled glass, shells and metal plaques. #Russian #folk #costume

Kokoshnik with "Pochelok" and "Khlobysten". Embroidered with gilt metal thread, embellished with pink foiled glass, shells and metal plaques.

Woman's Headdress   Central Provinces   Russia. 19th century	  Brocade, galloon, mother-of-pearl, imitation pearls and glass; embroidered. 40x40 cm   Source of Entry:   State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad (formerly in the collection of I.A. Galnbek). 1941

C Russia central provinces - woman's embroidered headdress of brocade, galloon, mother-of-pearl, imitation pearls and glass; State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad;

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