Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent in a Greek traditional costume. via carolathhabsburg's tumblr.

carolathhabsburg: “ Princess Marina, duchess of Kent in a greek traditional costume.

Ensemble  Date: 1835–1949 Culture: Greek Medium: silk, wool, metallic Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 56 in. (142.2 cm) Length at CB (e): 14 in. (35.6 cm) Diameter (f): 8 in. (20.3 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Marvin B. Patterson (Mrs. Jefferson Patterson), 1978 Accession Number: 1978.582.231a–f

Ensemble Date: Culture: Greek Medium: silk, wool, metallic Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 56 in. cm) Length at CB (e): 14 in. cm) Diameter (f): 8 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Marvin B.

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National History Museum - military and regional costumes: National Archaeological Museum: Byzantine Museum:

HellenicGenealogyGeek.com - Family History Research Tools for Greek Genealogy: Photograph - Greece a Boy Dressed as Tsolias & a Girl Local Dress of Megara, Salamina Aegina - circa 1920

Photograph - Greece a Boy Dressed as Tsolias & a Girl Local Dress of Megara, Salamina Aegina - circa 1920

Bridal chemise Silk embroidered with silk and gilt-silver yarns Greek Islands (Northern Sporades, Skyros), 18th–19th century Skyros, Northern Sporades, Greek Islands

Bridal chemise Silk embroidered with silk and gilt-silver yarns Greek Islands (Northern Sporades, Skyros), century Skyros, Northern Sporades, Greek Islands

Chaussure a pompoms Festive costume from Aghioi Pantes, Thesprotia in Epirus. Worn in several villages of that area up to the northern border of Greece in variations.  Size 	  Date 	Early 20th c. - vue de dos http://www.texmedindigitalibrary.eu/img_db/giv7hmks_2.jpg

Description Festive costume from Aghioi Pantes, Thesprotia in Epirus. Worn in several villages of that area up to the northern border of Greece in variations.

Peasant women, Delphic Festival; 1920's; Images by Maynard Owen Williams / Wilhelm Tobien;  Source: National Geographic Stock

Peasant women, Delphic Festival Images by Maynard Owen Williams / Wilhelm Tobien Source: National Geographic Stock

Front and back of an “Amalia” “kondogouni” jacket made of an old Ottoman Turkish “anteri”.  - mi 19e -

Kondogoúni, jacket made from a Turkish anderí for the ‘Amalia’ costume Peloponnese. © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece The kondogoúni is made of red.

Detail of terzidikos (gold tailored) embroidery at the sleeve

Detail of terzidikos (gold tailored) embroidery at the sleeve

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