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Such Russian handmade suits were traditional dress for Russian women in 18 - 19 centuries. This kind of suit was mostly spreaded in the Ryazan region of Russia.

Such Russian handmade suits were traditional dress for Russian women in 18 - 19 centuries. This kind of suit was mostly spreaded in the Ryazan region of Russia.

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New! RUSSIAN CLOTH HANDMADE FOLK DOLL 16" Traditional Peasant Kyrgzstan Ryazan

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Девичий праздничный костюм. С. Клеповка Павловского уезда. Из коллекции Богучарского частного музея русского народного костюма и кукол

Festive costume of an unmarried girl from the village of Klepovka, Pavlovsk Region, Voronezh Province, Russia. Authentic specimen from a private collection.

traditional Russian female costume with embroidery

Baker's Wife inspiration- really like the color, textures, and silhouette. Traditional Russian dress, the Sarafan. Bell like skirt with many little gores for fullness from waist.

Shamanochki Horned Kichka - Ancient pre-Russian shaman grandmother's headdresses up to modern times (bridal). https://eldermountain.wordpress.com #kitchko #kitchka

Shamanochki Horned Kichka – The Evolution from Grandmother Shaman Chief to Maiden Bride

Local fashion: Ethnic costumes of Russia in photos. "kichka" headdress from Ryazan province

Ensemble    Date:      19th century  Culture:      Russian  Medium:      silk, metal, cotton  Dimensions:      Length at CB (a): 56 in. (142.2 cm) Length at CB (b): 15 in. (38.1 cm) c: 84 in. (213.4 cm)  Credit Line:      Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Edward S. Harkness in memory of her mother, Elizabeth Greenman Stillman, 1931  Accession Number:      2009.300.2322a–c

Date: century Culture: Russian Medium: silk, metal, cotton his object is from the collection of Natalia de Shabelsky a Russian noblewoman compelled to preserve what she perceived as the vanishing folk art traditions of her native country.

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