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Turkmenistan / Afghanistan | Turkoman Wedding Headdress; Stitched cotton, glass beads, carnelian, brass, metal | ca. 1900 | Est. 2'400€ ~ (Jan '15)

Turkmenistan / Afghanistan | Turkoman Wedding Headdress; Stitched cotton, glass beads, carnelian, brass, metal | ca. 1900 | Est. 2'400€ ~ (Jan '15)

Gorgeous Siphonophoria

Gorgeous Siphonophoria

Wonderful headdress.

Wonderful headdress.

Turkmenistan / Afghanistan | Turkoman Wedding Headdress; Quilted cotton, glass beads, carnelians, metal, silver | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | Est. 2'400€ ~ (Jan '15)

Turkmenistan / Afghanistan | Turkoman Wedding Headdress; Quilted cotton, glass beads, carnelians, metal, silver | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | Est. 2'400€ ~ (Jan '15)

Scans from book Making casual kimono and yukata by Yumi Yamamoto. ISBN978-4-7661-1901-5

Scans from book Making casual kimono and yukata by Yumi Yamamoto. ISBN978-4-7661-1901-5

Turkmenistan / Afghanistan | Turkomen wedding headdress; quilted cotton, glass beads, carnelians, metal and silver.  L:  102 cm | ca. 19th - 20th century | Est. 1'280 - 1'600€ ~ (Apr '15)

Turkmenistan / Afghanistan | Turkomen wedding headdress; quilted cotton, glass beads, carnelians, metal and silver. L: 102 cm | ca. 19th - 20th century | Est. 1'280 - 1'600€ ~ (Apr '15)

Theyyam, popular Hindu ritual art form of worship in North Kerala, India

インドで「新石器時代から伝わる」祭り『ティヤム』の装束が見たら忘れられないインパクト

Theyyam, popular Hindu ritual art form of worship in North Kerala, India

Central Asia | Turkoman Afghanistan Wedding Headdress | 6,125$

Central Asia | Turkoman Afghanistan Wedding Headdress | 6,125$

Wedding uchikake, kimono and accessories - called shiromuku - for traditional Shinto weddings in Japan. All is white - “white” can be dyed with any color, so shiromuku means that brides are ready to be dyed with color of groom. “White” has also been regarded as a sacred color for many years, so Japanese people have believed shiromuku to be suitable for the wedding ceremony held at sacred and religious places.

Wedding uchikake, kimono and accessories - called shiromuku - for traditional Shinto weddings in Japan. All is white - “white” can be dyed with any color, so shiromuku means that brides are ready to be dyed with color of groom. “White” has also been regarded as a sacred color for many years, so Japanese people have believed shiromuku to be suitable for the wedding ceremony held at sacred and religious places.

Turkmenistan | Woman's wedding hatt from the Turkoman people | Silk, cotton, metal, beads, wood and glass | ca. mid 20th century

Turkmenistan | Woman's wedding hatt from the Turkoman people | Silk, cotton, metal, beads, wood and glass | ca. mid 20th century

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