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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.

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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.

Кокошник маскарадный Н. В. Безобразовой Россия, С.-Петербург (?). 1903 (?)   Посмотреть страницу в разделах: ∙ Маскарадные костюмы ∙ Вел. Князья, Княжны и др.  Шелк, парча, металлическая нить, бисер, стекло, искусственный жемчуг; вышивка, плетение Высота 14,0; диаметр 16,0 Пост. в 1941 из ГМЭ; ранее: в ГМФ Инв. № ЭРТ-13441

Кокошник маскарадный Н. В. Безобразовой Россия, С.-Петербург (?). 1903 (?) Посмотреть страницу в разделах: ∙ Маскарадные костюмы ∙ Вел. Князья, Княжны и др. Шелк, парча, металлическая нить, бисер, стекло, искусственный жемчуг; вышивка, плетение Высота 14,0; диаметр 16,0 Пост. в 1941 из ГМЭ; ранее: в ГМФ Инв. № ЭРТ-13441

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

3-piece, sarafan/jumper-style dress of dull olive cotton brocade, trimmed w/ gold gimp & pearls, sequins & large jewels, B 38", L 55"-57" (gold lace on shoulders damaged); fur trimmed burgundy & gold lame brocade jacket, (ivory silk lining shredded), L 22", Slv L 29.5"; kokochnik/headress of rhinestones & pearls encrusted on gold braid lace, pearl fringes frame face, gold lame (damaged) lining & crown,

kokochnik/headress of rhinestones & pearls encrusted on gold braid lace, pearl fringes frame face, gold lame (damaged) lining & crown,

Museokuva Matti Huuhka & co. 22.9.2010. Nimi - päähine. Muut nimet - morsiuskruunu, morsiuspäähine. Museo - Suomen kansallismuseo. Tyyppi - esine

headdress Mordva, ersämordvalaiset Russia, the Samara province, of Binoradka

Ekaterina Geltzer, a Russian ballerina, wearing a traditional costume with a headdress "Kokoshnik". 1912.

Ekaterina Geltzer, a Russian ballerina, wearing a traditional costume with a headdress "Kokoshnik".

2015 Bead Dreams ribbon winners Best in Show: Objects & Accessories, Swan Princess Headdress-Transformer by Oleysa Bryutova Best in Show Runner-up: Seed Beads, Whisper Wind by Tatiana Konstan

2016 Bead Dreams ribbon winners (Beads Magic)

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19th century traditional Russian costume and kokoshnik from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905). (http://www.metmuseum.org/)

Traditional Russian costume and kokoshnik headdress from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky, late century.

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