Headdress Frame

Samba Carnival Showgirl Headdress Frame - Make Your Own in Clothes, Shoes & Accessories, Fancy Dress & Period Costume, Accessories, Hats & Headgear

Tiara | Jan Yager.  "Invasive Species"  Oxidized sterling silver and gold

"Invasive Species: American Tiara" by Jan Yager 2001 (Oxidized Sterling Silver & Gold) Philadelphia Museum of Art

Russian kokoshnik or folk headdresses and a few from neighboring countries esp those that were part of the USSR. In all their myriad forms, costume, Court Tiaras, folk dress ,fancy dress, films, haute couture, toys, and artifacts, everything!

Russian kokoshnik or folk headdresses and a few from neighboring countries esp…

handmade old Russia style headdress KOKOSHNIK (View 2)

Exlusively handmade old Russia style headdress KOKOSHNIK

Exlusively handmade old Russia style headdress KOKOSHNIK in Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Russian

Pavel Bazhov illustration print, The Malachite Casket, The Mistress of the Copper Mountain, Vintage Soviet Postcard (1989), artist V Nazaruk

Pavel Bazhov illustration print, The Malachite Casket, The Mistress of the Copper Mountain, Vintage Soviet Postcard artist V Nazaruk

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contemporary clean minimalist maiden's kokoshnik (good for shape reference)

Alexandra Balashova, a Russian ballerina, wearing a kokoshnik headdress. 1911. #Russian_costume #old_photographs

Alexandra Balashova, a Russian ballerina, wearing a kokoshnik headdress.

Pavel Bazhov illustration print The Malachite by SovietPostcards

Pavel Bazhov illustration print, The Malachite Casket, The Mistress of the Copper Mountain, Vintage Soviet Postcard artist V Nazaruk

Костромская губерния. Конец XVIII в. Местечковое название кокошника «Наклон»

Beautiful kokoshnik - 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.

"The Mistress of the Copper Mountain” - Tales of Pavel Bazhov, illustrated by Vyacheslav Nazaruk | The Mistress of the Copper Mountain(The Malachite Maid) is a legendary creature from Slavic mythology-mountain spirit from the legends of the Ural miners and the Mistress of the Ural Mountains of Russia,depicted as an extremely beautiful green-eyed young woman in a malachite gown or as a lizard with a crown-patroness of miners,protector&owner of hidden underground riches

Pavel Bazhov illustration print, The Malachite Casket, The Mistress of the Copper Mountain, Vintage Soviet Postcard artist V Nazaruk

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