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

TRAVEL'IN GREECE I Urban Dress, #Epirus

Urban Dress (Epirus) 1930 lithograph on paper after original watercolour SPERLING

Postcard of a woman wearing a costume of Stymphalia, Corinthia, Peloponnese Greece. Early 20th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Photo Postcard of a woman wearing a costume of Stymphalia, Corinthia, Peloponnese Greece.

Greek Womans Urban-type Dress (Thessaly, Pelion) - Greek Costume Collection by NICOLAS SPERLING (Russia 1881-1940 / act: Athens).

Greek Womans Urban-type Dress (Thessaly, Pelion) - Greek Costume Collection by…

TRAVEL'IN GREECE I Peasant Woman's Dress (Dodecanese, Nisyros)

Madame de Pompadour (Regional costumes from Thasos and Nisyros by.

TRAVEL'IN GREECE I Macedonia Greek Costume Roumlouki

SPERLING Unmarried Girl's Dress (Macedonia, Roumlouki) 1930 lithograph on paper after original watercolour

Peloponnese: Perachora, Corinth "The costume of Perachora, Corinthia, Peloponnese is probably typical for the whole of Peloponnese (in variations) and central Greece. It consists of a chemise, a short-sleeved bodice, a girdle and a white sleeveless short coat. The headdress has a long embroidered scarf worn loosely round the head like a turban."

Peloponnese: Perachora, Corinth "The costume of Perachora, Corinthia…

Greek Peasant Womans Bridal Dress (Dodecanese, Kastellorizo) - Greek Costume Collection by NICOLAS SPERLING (Russia 1881-1940 / act: Athens).

NICOLAS SPERLING Peasant Woman's Bridal Dress (Dodec, Kastellorizo) 1930 lithograph on paper after original watercolour

Greek Ladys Gala Dress of 1835 - Greek Costume Collection by NICOLAS SPERLING (Russia 1881-1940 / act: Athens).

She created a romantic part-Greek,part-Viennese costume,known as the Amalia costume.

This bridal/festive costume from Argyrokastro/Gjirokastër (southern Albania) with minor variations in the headdress, was worn by both Greek and Muslim women alike. It consists of a long white chemise, short waistcoat, long black overcoat embroidered in gold, and a gold belt and buckle. The breast is covered by the armatha, a chain ornament with gold-plated coins, which was worn for the wedding and then became a family heirloom. The head is covered with a silk gold embroidered headscarf.

This bridal/festive costume from Argyrokastro/Gjirokastër (southern Albania)…

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