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Moravian Kroj or Czech folk costume, 19th to early 20th century, Whitaker Auction

Moravian Kroj or Czech folk costume, 19th to early 20th century, Whitaker Auction

kashmiri ghara embroidery

kashmiri ghara embroidery

Outrageous embroidered 19th Century Czech apron in cotton, wool and silk. Simply gorgeous.

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Outrageous embroidered 19th Century Czech apron in cotton, wool and silk. Simply gorgeous.

This embroidery is the real thing.  No machine could do such work and have it fit the flow of the piece so exquisitely. 1780’s Habit a la Francaise Outer Coat Collar Detail, kleidersachen.tumblr.com

This embroidery is the real thing. No machine could do such work and have it fit the flow of the piece so exquisitely. 1780’s Habit a la Francaise Outer Coat Collar Detail, kleidersachen.tumblr.com

We photograph and to use these old embroideries in fabric designs and in some of our illustration scenes. Now that weve scanned this one, it needs a

We photograph and to use these old embroideries in fabric designs and in some of our illustration scenes. Now that weve scanned this one, it needs a

WGSN A/W 2018-2019 AUTUMN WINTER MACRO TREND

WGSN A/W 2018-2019 AUTUMN WINTER MACRO TREND

Embroidery on the apron for folk costume,  Czech Republic

Embroidery on the apron for folk costume, Czech Republic

gorset krakowski | Stroje ludowe

gorset krakowski | Stroje ludowe

Moravian folk costume, 1900-1925  Gift of Mrs. Olga Dana (1957.168-.170f)    This costume came to Wisconsin from Kyjov, Moravia, where folk costumes were symbols of national pride and of opposition to Germanization in the nineteenth century. Moravians took great pride in their embroidery. Women spent long nights throughout the year working on these elaborate pieces of art. Often created as part of dowries, embroidered dresses became family heirlooms as they were passed from generation to…

Moravian folk costume, 1900-1925 Gift of Mrs. Olga Dana (1957.168-.170f) This costume came to Wisconsin from Kyjov, Moravia, where folk costumes were symbols of national pride and of opposition to Germanization in the nineteenth century. Moravians took great pride in their embroidery. Women spent long nights throughout the year working on these elaborate pieces of art. Often created as part of dowries, embroidered dresses became family heirlooms as they were passed from generation to…

Португалія FolkCostume&Embroidery: April 2013

Португалія FolkCostume&Embroidery: April 2013

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