Apron | Russian | The Met
This object is from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky (1841-1905), a Russian noblewoman compelled to preserve what she perceived as the vanishing folk art traditions of her native country. Traveling extensively throughout Great Russia, she collected many fine examples of textile art of the wealthy peasant class
Ethical Fashion | Hippie Clothing for Women
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Pagan religions symbols. 1st Row- Slavic Rodnovery, Celtic Neopaganism, Germanic Heathenism, Latvian Dievturi. 2nd Row- Hellenism, Armenian Hetanism, Italo-Roman Neopaganism, Kemetism. 3rd Row- Wicca, Finnish Neopaganism, Hungarian Neopaganism, Lithuanian Romuva. 4th Row- Estonian Neopaganism, Circassian Habzism, Semitic Neopaganism, Goddess movement and Wicca.