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#Romanian Dress at @Metropolitan Museum of Art  Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool   Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles, 1923

#Romanian Dress at @Metropolitan Museum of Art Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles, 1923

Romania, ensemble, cotton with wool embroidery, 19th c

Romania, ensemble, cotton with wool embroidery, 19th c

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Mongolian Style

#Romanian dress at the @Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 19th century, gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles

#Romanian dress at the @Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 19th century, gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles

Dress  Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool  Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Metropolitan Museum of Art

Woman's Attached Top and Skirt with Apron Made in Moslavina, Croatia, Europe c. 1930

Woman's Attached Top and Skirt with Apron Made in Moslavina, Croatia, Europe c. 1930

Ensemble  19th Century   Romania  MET

Ensemble 19th Century Romania MET

Dress Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Dimensions: a) 36 x 48in. (91.4 x 121.9cm) b) 21 1/2 x 70in. (54.6 x 177.8cm) c) 38 x 15in. (96.5 x 38.1cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles, 1923 Accession Number: 23.122.2a–c

Dress Date: 19th century Culture: Romanian Medium: a,b) cotton, silk c) silk, wool Dimensions: a) 36 x 48in. (91.4 x 121.9cm) b) 21 1/2 x 70in. (54.6 x 177.8cm) c) 38 x 15in. (96.5 x 38.1cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Edith W. Knowles, 1923 Accession Number: 23.122.2a–c

Khanty woman's festive costume, with the front completely covered with red and blue diamonds.  From Tobolsk Province, late 19th or early 20th century.  Image courtesy of the Russian Museum of Ethnography, Saint Petersburg.

Khanty woman's festive costume, with the front completely covered with red and blue diamonds. From Tobolsk Province, late 19th or early 20th century. Image courtesy of the Russian Museum of Ethnography, Saint Petersburg.

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