Россия. Калужский кокошник. Средина 19-го века. 21.6 x 105.4 см. Шёлк, жемчуг, металлическая нить, хлопок, бумага.

Headdress Date: early century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, pearls, metal, cotton, paper The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Кокошник - женский головной убор, который, стал символом традиционного русского костюма, известен нам с XVII века. Форма гребня кокошника могла меняться в…

Russian Kokoshnik ancient Shamanic headdress are the roots of these bridal head wear

The Gown of the 'Queen of Oudh,' mid-19th century,India, Uttar Pradesh, Awadh, Silk with metal ribbon ornaments, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

The Gown of the 'Queen of Oudh,' century, Awadh, Uttar Pradesh, India; silk with metal ribbon ornaments

Elizabeth, Lady Style of Wateringbury, ca. 1620, unknown artist.

1620 "Elizabeth, Lady Style of Wateringbury wears an embroidered jacket-bodice and petticoat under a red velvet dress. She wears a sheer partlet over an embroidered high-necked chemise"

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

of Russia in color - princess Kudasheva nee nirod dressed as boyarynya noblewoman of the xvii century

Festive head wear of a married woman from Kargopol Region, Olonetsk Province, Russia. Kokoshnik: beads, mother of pearl, pearls; shawl: gold embroidery. 19th century. Authentic specimen from the State Russian Museum. #folk #Russian #national  #costume

Festive head wear of a married woman from Kargopol Region, Olonetsk Province, Russia. Kokoshnik: beads, mother of pearl, pearls; Authentic specimen from the State Russian Museum.

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