Sarakatsani

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume of the Sarakatsani or Karakachani, Greece

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Costume of the Sarakatsani or Karakachani, Greece

NICOLAS SPERLING #18 - Sarakatsan Costume (Attica)

NICOLAS SPERLING #18 - Sarakatsan Costume (Attica)

ΣΑΡΑΚΑΤΣΑΝΕΣ ΗΠΕΙΡΟΥ Oι φωτογραφίες είναι από το λεύκωμα που κυκλοφόρησε το 2004…

ΣΑΡΑΚΑΤΣΑΝΕΣ ΗΠΕΙΡΟΥ Oι φωτογραφίες είναι από το λεύκωμα που κυκλοφόρησε το 2004…

Bridal costume of Alexandria (Yidas), Imathia, Macedonia  Early 20th century  ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Bridal costume of Alexandria (Yidas), Imathia, Macedonia Early 20th century ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Athens museum

Athens Museum

Φορεσιά Σαρακατσάνας από την Αττική. Ημερολόγιο 1991. Αθήνα, συλλογή Λυκείου των Ελληνίδων. Δημοσίευση από Hellenic Costume Society.

Φορεσιά Σαρακατσάνας από την Αττική. Ημερολόγιο 1991. Αθήνα, συλλογή Λυκείου των Ελληνίδων. Δημοσίευση από Hellenic Costume Society.

Bridal costume of the Pindus-mountain nomads worn by the Arvanitovlachs (Albanian-Vlachs) called the Karagounides of Epirus. It consists of a white chemise with embroidery at the hem and bib, a black segouni and a woven apron. Additional human hair braids, the headdress a tall cone-shaped hat with a silver band around its base as a diadem. Silver chains on the chest, a buckled belt (the kemeri) and bracelets  [http://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/08540/_popup_php_photo_id_2643_lang_gr.html]

Bridal costume of the Pindus-mountain nomads worn by the Arvanitovlachs (Albanian-Vlachs) called the Karagounides of Epirus. It consists of a white chemise with embroidery at the hem and bib, a black segouni and a woven apron. Additional human hair braids, the headdress a tall cone-shaped hat with a silver band around its base as a diadem. Silver chains on the chest, a buckled belt (the kemeri) and bracelets [http://www.europeana.eu/portal/record/08540/_popup_php_photo_id_2643_lang_gr.html]

Woman’s necklace. Beadwork from the Karakachani (Greek Macedonia). First half of 20th century. (Source: Peter Hoesli).

Woman’s necklace. Beadwork from the Karakachani (Greek Macedonia). First half of 20th century. (Source: Peter Hoesli).

Gilded silver 'kiousteki' from Thessaly. l9th century. The decoration consists of many-petalled filligree rosettes, coloured glass stones and double-headed eagles on the clasp . `Kioustekia', characteristic chain ornaments, accompanied the female Karagouna and Sarakaisani costume as well as the male attire of brigand chiefs in Epirus and Mesolongi. According to use they are divided into 'kioustekia' of the chest and waist.

Gilded silver 'kiousteki' from Thessaly. l9th century. The decoration consists of many-petalled filligree rosettes, coloured glass stones and double-headed eagles on the clasp . `Kioustekia', characteristic chain ornaments, accompanied the female Karagouna and Sarakaisani costume as well as the male attire of brigand chiefs in Epirus and Mesolongi. According to use they are divided into 'kioustekia' of the chest and waist.

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