Amalia Kontogouni and Peseli Jackets

Amalia Jacket is a small densely embroidered 3/4 sleeved Jacket that closes in front under the breasts- This Jacket was worn by the Greek Queen Amalia. It is possible that this particular design came from Corfu. Since the Confucian Peseli jacket is almost identical in shape but has longer sleeves.It was worn over a dress called Kavadi, which had broad long sleeves and neck opening like the Entari, that ended in a very wide skirt. Under this was worn a short embroidered silk blouse. (Pharyah)
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B/W photo of Aliki Diplarakou (Miss Hellas 1930) with Amalia costume. Inscriptions: ΝΕΛΛΗΣ, ΜΙΣ ΕΛΛΑΣ 1930, CARTE POSTALE, Copyright 1930 by ΝΕΛΛΗΣ, ΕΡΜΟΥ 21-ΑΘΗΝΑΙ.(Pharyah)

B/W photo of Aliki Diplarakou (Miss Hellas 1930) with Amalia costume. Inscriptions: ΝΕΛΛΗΣ, ΜΙΣ ΕΛΛΑΣ 1930, CARTE POSTALE, Copyright 1930 by ΝΕΛΛΗΣ, ΕΡΜΟΥ 21-ΑΘΗΝΑΙ.(Pharyah)

‘Amalia’ costume Athens, Attica. Late 19th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece The urban costume of the Peloponnese spread to other parts of Greece after 1837, when Amalia, the first Queen of Greece, adopted it as the official court dress, combining the Biedermeier style with the local kavádi and zipoúni. This costume was widely worn in Athens, among other places.(Pharyah)

‘Amalia’ costume Athens, Attica. Late 19th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece The urban costume of the Peloponnese spread to other parts of Greece after 1837, when Amalia, the first Queen of Greece, adopted it as the official court dress, combining the Biedermeier style with the local kavádi and zipoúni. This costume was widely worn in Athens, among other places.(Pharyah)

ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΗ Κ ΕΘΝΟΛΟΓΙΚΗ ΕΤΑΙΡΕΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΟΣ - Tμήματα - Συλλογές - Ενδυμάτων & Κοσμημάτων - Παραδοσιακές & Αστικές Ενδυμασίες (Pharyah)

ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΗ Κ ΕΘΝΟΛΟΓΙΚΗ ΕΤΑΙΡΕΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΟΣ - Tμήματα - Συλλογές - Ενδυμάτων & Κοσμημάτων - Παραδοσιακές & Αστικές Ενδυμασίες (Pharyah)

Greek woman from Smyrna.(Pharyah)

Greek woman from Smyrna.(Pharyah)

Αθήνα 1860 περ. Η Βιλελμίνη φον Ράϊνεκ [γεν. 1831 – † 1904]. Φωτογράφος: Πέτρος Μωραΐτης [γεν. 1832 – † 19.06.1886] Δράση: 1859-1886 Θυγατέρα του Friedrich Wilhelm von Reineck και της Ευφροσύνης Μαυροκορδάτου. Παντρεύτηκε τον Αριστείδη Μπαλτατζή, πολιτικό με καταγωγή από την Χίο, που χρημάτισε και Δήμαρχος Βοσπόρου.(Pharyah)

Αθήνα 1860 περ. Η Βιλελμίνη φον Ράϊνεκ [γεν. 1831 – † 1904]. Φωτογράφος: Πέτρος Μωραΐτης [γεν. 1832 – † 19.06.1886] Δράση: 1859-1886 Θυγατέρα του Friedrich Wilhelm von Reineck και της Ευφροσύνης Μαυροκορδάτου. Παντρεύτηκε τον Αριστείδη Μπαλτατζή, πολιτικό με καταγωγή από την Χίο, που χρημάτισε και Δήμαρχος Βοσπόρου.(Pharyah)

Woman wearing the “Amalia” costume. Late 19th c.  © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Woman wearing the “Amalia” costume. Late 19th c. © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Laskarina Bouboulina (1771-1825) on 1000 Drachmai 1970 Banknote from Greece. Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821(PHaryah)

Laskarina Bouboulina (1771-1825) on 1000 Drachmai 1970 Banknote from Greece. Greek naval commander, heroine of the Greek War of Independence in 1821(PHaryah)

Exhibition view of "Patterns of Magnificence", Hellenic Centre, London, February 2014 (Pharyah)

Exhibition view of "Patterns of Magnificence", Hellenic Centre, London, February 2014 (Pharyah)

‘Amalia’ costume Athens, Attica. Late 19th c. © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation. The urban costume of the Peloponnese spread to other parts of Greece after 1837, when Amalia, the first Queen of Greece, adopted it as the official court dress, combining the Biedermeier style with the local kavádi and zipoúni. The dress is made of taffeta, with an open bodice to show the neck opening of the chemise. The kondogoúni is of velvet, gold-embroidered . The cap is a kalpak.(Pharyah)

‘Amalia’ costume Athens, Attica. Late 19th c. © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation. The urban costume of the Peloponnese spread to other parts of Greece after 1837, when Amalia, the first Queen of Greece, adopted it as the official court dress, combining the Biedermeier style with the local kavádi and zipoúni. The dress is made of taffeta, with an open bodice to show the neck opening of the chemise. The kondogoúni is of velvet, gold-embroidered . The cap is a kalpak.(Pharyah)

Αθηναία με την τοπικήν ενδυμασίαν της του ΙΘ' αιώνα και με θέα την Ακρόπολη.(Pharyah)

Αθηναία με την τοπικήν ενδυμασίαν της του ΙΘ' αιώνα και με θέα την Ακρόπολη.(Pharyah)

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