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“Kaplamas”. The everyday indigo dyed coat dress of Megara, a village northwest of Athens, lined with white and red cotton lining, when worn, was often pulled at the back.  Size 	  Date 	Early 20th c.

The everyday indigo dyed coat dress of Megara, a village northwest of Athens, lined with white and red cotton lining, when worn, was often pulled at the back.

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.

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.

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A version of the Attica bridal dress worn in all the villages round Athens. The chemise border embroidery composed of extremely difficult and imaginative motifs, was often covered with gold embroidery, a gift from the bride groom to the bride. - mi 19th

A version of the Attica bridal dress worn in all the villages round Athens. The chemise border embroidery composed of extremely difficult and imaginative motifs, was often covered with gold embroidery, a gift from the bride groom to the bride.

“Chryssomandilo”, bridal and festive costume from Astypalaia (Dodecanese, Greece), belonging to the Palatianou family, c. 1870

Greece, bridal costume from Astypalaia, Dodecanese, belonging to the Palatianos family. Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion ca.

Νυφική φορεσιά από το Τρίκερι Μαγνησίας. Εσωτερικά φοράει τρία πουκάμισα και τέσσαρα κοντά πτυχωτά μισοφόρια. Αρχές 20ου αι. Bridal dress of Trikeri in Thessaly (Magnesia region). It is composed of three chemises and four short pleated dress worn one on top of the other. Early 20th c. Collection Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion.

Νυφική φορεσιά από το Τρίκερι Μαγνησίας. Εσωτερικά φοράει τρία πουκάμισα και τέσσαρα κοντά πτυχωτά μισοφόρια. Αρχές 20ου αι. Bridal dress of Trikeri in Thessaly (Magnesia region). It is composed of three chemises and four short pleated dress worn one on top of the other. Early 20th c. Collection Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion.

Νυφική φορεσιά από το Τρίκερι Μαγνησίας, Θεσσαλία. Αρχές 20ού αιώνα. Συλλογή Πελοποννησιακού Λαογραφικού Ιδρύματος, Ναύπλιο. Bridal costume from Trikeri, Magnesia, Thessaly. Early 20th century. Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Collection, Nafplion

Bridal costume of Trikeri, Magnesia, Thessaly Early century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece The costume of Trikeri has two fine white calico chemises and up to thirteen.

Ποδήρες μεταξωτό φουστάνι σε σκούρο ροζ χρώμα (απόχρωση σάπιου μήλου) με ενυφασμένα φυτικά μοτίβα. Πρόκειται για βασικό εξάρτημα της γυναικείας βλάχικης φορεσιάς του Μετσόβου. Ήπειρος	Νομός Ιωαννίνων	Μέτσοβοαρχές 20ού αι. - μέσα 20ού αι.	γιορτινό

Long, silky dress with skin-tight bodice & pleated short-waisted skirt from Epirus.

Bridal sayás from Pylaia (formerly Kapoudzida), Thessaloniki, Macedonia H. 1.05 m. Late 19th century © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece

Bridal sayás from Pylaia, Thessaloniki (late Century) © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion.

Chrysomándilo costume from Astypalaia, Dodecanese Circa 1870 ©Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece This bridal and festive costume of Astypalaia, the chrysomándilo, belonged to the...

“Chryssomandilo”, bridal and festive costume from Astypalaia (Dodecanese, Greece), belonging to the Palatianou family, c. 1870 - Back side

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