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Vest Date: fourth quarter 19th century Culture: Hungarian Medium: Wool, silk, cotton

Vest Date: fourth quarter 19th century Culture: Hungarian Medium: Wool, silk, cotton

Jacket  19th century   Chinese minority (Danzai people)   cotton, hemp, silk

Jacket 19th century Chinese minority (Danzai people) cotton, hemp, silk

thekimonogallery: “ Cotton maiwai kimono worn at fishing celebrations. Second quarter 20th century, Japan. MET Museum (Gift of Mrs. John Steel, 1980) ”

thekimonogallery: “ Cotton maiwai kimono worn at fishing celebrations. Second quarter 20th century, Japan. MET Museum (Gift of Mrs. John Steel, 1980) ”

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wefollowpics.com/paris-art-deco-by-colros-via-flickr/adresse a paris - Recherche Google

1860s carriage jacket | 1857-1860 ... Mantle ... silk ... American ... at The Metropolitan ...

1860s carriage jacket | 1857-1860 ... Mantle ... silk ... American ... at The Metropolitan ...

ALBANIAN EMBROIDERED VEST, EARLY 20th C. Long black wool felt densely embroidered with red cotton floral, having red felt trim, printed cotton twill lining. B-28, L-29. (Lining stained, wear inside neck and to felt at hem) exterior excellent.

ALBANIAN EMBROIDERED VEST, EARLY 20th C. Long black wool felt densely embroidered with red cotton floral, having red felt trim, printed cotton twill lining. B-28, L-29. (Lining stained, wear inside neck and to felt at hem) exterior excellent.

Deer leather dofuku: This overgarment is a short, open-fronted jacket. It came into being in the Momoyama period, and was the forerunner of the modern haori. Originally, it was a merchant’s garment, but samurai began wearing it due to its comfort. It was intended as a protection against the cold or dirt of the outside, but was commonly worn indoors as well.

Deer leather dofuku: This overgarment is a short, open-fronted jacket. It came into being in the Momoyama period, and was the forerunner of the modern haori. Originally, it was a merchant’s garment, but samurai began wearing it due to its comfort. It was intended as a protection against the cold or dirt of the outside, but was commonly worn indoors as well.

Coat                                                                                      Date:                                        1800–1937                                                          Culture:                                        Montenegrin

Coat Date: 1800–1937 Culture: Montenegrin

Patterns of Ainu people

Patterns of Ainu people

Robe, early 20th c., Turkish

Robe, early 20th c., Turkish

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