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Woman's Headdress   Upper reaches of the Volga   Russia. Late 19th century	  Velvet, chintz, braid and metal thread; embroidered. 14x24 cm   Source of Entry:   State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad. 1941

Woman's Headdress Upper reaches of the Volga Russia. Late 19th century Velvet, chintz, braid and metal thread; embroidered. 14x24 cm Source of Entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad. 1941

Headdress, 19th century. Russian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 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 (2009.300.1713). #halloween #costume

Headdress, 19th century. Russian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 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 (2009.300.1713). #halloween #costume

"Soroka" is a ceremony headdress of a peasant woman from Biruchensk Region, Voronezh Province, Russia. Early 20th century. Originally these grew from the shaman cultures, maidens were not allowed to wear them, mothers wore them with smaller horns and the grandmothers wore the largest horns. When Christian religion came, they destroyed the shaman cultures and gave the power to the maiden, thus the wedding headdress symbolically means a loss of personal power as a female in community and city.

"Soroka" is a ceremony headdress of a peasant woman from Biruchensk Region, Voronezh Province, Russia. Early 20th century. Originally these grew from the shaman cultures, maidens were not allowed to wear them, mothers wore them with smaller horns and the grandmothers wore the largest horns. When Christian religion came, they destroyed the shaman cultures and gave the power to the maiden, thus the wedding headdress symbolically means a loss of personal power as a female in community and city.

1903 costume ball in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia. A boyarynya (a noble woman in ancient Russia) fancy dress on the fashion of the 17th century. The costume belonged to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (senior). #Russian #history #Romanov

1903 costume ball in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia. A boyarynya (a noble woman in ancient Russia) fancy dress on the fashion of the 17th century. The costume belonged to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (senior). #Russian #history #Romanov

Ceremony headdress of a peasant woman from Biruchensk Region, Voronezh Province, Russia. Early 20th century. Originally these grew from the shaman cultures, maidens were not allowed to wear them, mothers wore them with smaller horns and the grandmothers wore the largest horns. When Christian religion came, they destroyed the shaman cultures and gave the power to the maiden, thus the wedding headdress symbolically means a loss of personal power as a female in community and city.

Ceremony headdress of a peasant woman from Biruchensk Region, Voronezh Province, Russia. Early 20th century. Originally these grew from the shaman cultures, maidens were not allowed to wear them, mothers wore them with smaller horns and the grandmothers wore the largest horns. When Christian religion came, they destroyed the shaman cultures and gave the power to the maiden, thus the wedding headdress symbolically means a loss of personal power as a female in community and city.

Шабельская Наталья Леонидовна (1841 - 1904)  «Коллекционер русской старины»

Шабельская Наталья Леонидовна (1841 - 1904) «Коллекционер русской старины»

Головные уборы русского национального костюма из коллекции Натальи Леонидовны Шабельской (1841-1905).  Женский головной убор "Сорока".  19-й век. 33 x 34.3 cm. Шёлк, металлические нити, лён.

Головные уборы русского национального костюма из коллекции Натальи Леонидовны Шабельской (1841-1905). Женский головной убор "Сорока". 19-й век. 33 x 34.3 cm. Шёлк, металлические нити, лён.

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