My hearts in the Highlands wherever I go! This is the perfect dress for an Irish or a Scottish lass . It was a popular style in the mid 1500s. The Irish overdress has spring steel boning in front for support. It has bronze clasps and is in a cotton brocade. It is shown with a traditional leine, that's the chemise with the big sleeves; and a tartan underskirt. It is available in stock in hunter green with celtic knot clasp. Do not professionally dry clean! The high heat of dry cleaning…
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Romanian folk traditional clothing Part 2
For part 1 GO HERE ~ costume traditionale romanesti, port popular romanesc ~ . Coming from self-sufficient communities, Romanians made their own clothing: the main clothing pieces wer…
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thevintagethimble: “ Romanian Folk Dress Various photographs depicting Romanian old folk costumes from late 19th Century and early 20th Century. ”
Mirifica Romanie in Alb Si Negru - 1933
Romani anilor 1933 in sepia, POZE FABULOASE (port popular, portrete de tarani, localitati din toate judetele tarii, monumente, etc ) REDACTAT DUPA O CARTE ALBUM apàrutà in 1933 la Leipzig cu o pre... by ioan_victor_dragan in Types > Books - Non-fiction, romania, and tarani
Christine Brown on Romanian Textiles, Part 1: The Lecture
On June 16, 2012, Christine Brown gave a Rug and Textile Appreciation Morning Program here at The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C. on the subject: Christine had recently traveled in Romania and, …
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Old Romania – Adolph Chevallier photography
ADOLPH CHEVALLIER was a Romanian photographer born in 1881 in the village of Brosteni (Neamt county, Moldavia) to a Swiss-French father and a Romanian mother. After finishing his studies in Romania…