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From:
Orel region, Bolkhov district, Aleshna village
Time:
1900s.
What is it:
young woman's outfit
Shirt's version:
"tricky-weaved sleeves"
Made by:
Polina V. Egorochkina (on the photo).
The photo was taken by:
ethnografic expedition of Derbenevka center, directed by A.V.Boukatova.

From:
Orel region, Bolkhov district, Aleshna village
Time:
1900s.
What is it:
young woman's outfit
Shirt's version:
"tricky-weaved sleeves"
Made by:
Polina V. Egorochkina (on the photo).
The photo was taken by:
ethnografic expedition of Derbenevka center, directed by A.V.Boukatova.

From:
Orel region, Bolkhov district, Aleshna village
Time:
1900s.
What is it:
young woman's outfit
Shirt's version:
"embroided sleeves"
Made by:
Polina V. Egorochkina (on the photo).
The photo was taken by:
ethnografic expedition of Derbenevka center, directed by A.V.Boukatova.



From:
Vologda region, Velikoustug district, Esiplevo village
Time:
1930s.
What is it:
middle-age man's shirt.
Made of:
linen.
Embroidery technique:
satin stitch.
Made by:
Raisa N. Petrova.
Property of
Anna Nikolaeva.



From:
Central Russia
Time:
1930s.
What is it:
young man's shirt.
Made of:
cotton.
Embroidery technique:
cross stitching.
Property of
Fedor Urnov.

From:
city of Enotaevsk, Astrakhan region.
Time:
1860s.
What is it:
an under-dress of a married woman of childbearing age..
Made of:
hemp.
Embroidery technique:
cross stitching, counted satin stitch.
Made by
Thaina (Theonia) I. Kovaleva.
Property of
Janna Willson.
...despite the Southern origin of the dress, it includes Nothern details of a style ...
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Donated by
the Altshuller family.
Time:
1900s (probably).
What is it:
costume for a costume party (probably)
Made of:
silk, brocade, beads, golden thread, decorative buttons.
soon after the end of slavery in Russia (1861), everything "native Russian" came to a favor among Russian nobility
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From:
Siberia, Krasnoyarsk region (probably).
Time:
1920s-1940s.
Embroidery technique
cross stitch.
Property of
George Bobashev.

as the shirt's owner told us, his grandfather brought this item "somewhere from Siberia". Taking into account specific features of a cutting pattern and embroidery, we guessed this shirt was made in Krasnoyarsk region. The shirt's owner confirmed this guess: he said his grandfather worked in Krasnoyarsk region for a long time. So, specific features, pointing out to Krasnoyarsk region, are
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From:
Ukraine
Time:
1890s-1910s.
What is this:
wedding outfit.
Property of
the Vetushko family.