Romanian "gypsy" couple in the 1890s.

Some stylish looking old duds made all the better by the crumpled top hat. century hipsters look like today's 'Steampunk Gypsy' Halloween costume!

Kashmiri Girl.  I am going to see how many words I can fit in here, this is just a test.  I am just curious, for curiosity's sake.  This is now the 2nd paragraph.  Interesting, isn't it?  I wonder where they will draw the limit?  I'm practically writing a book at this point.  We shall see how this looks.

Vintage Kashmiri Girl picture - a very simplistic beautiful style of clothing and adornment

Roma gypsy girl, Romania. The Roma are a truly fascinating people, with a long history and an uncertain future. / #MIZUworld

:D Roma gypsy girl, Romania. The Roma are a truly fascinating people, with a long history and an uncertain future.

Romani Proverb

We are all wanderers of this Earth. Our Hearts are full of Wonder, and our Souls deep with Dreams.

:::::::::::: Antique Photograph :::::::::::  Two Kalderash Men - Gypsies from Poland 1965.

A photo from J.Ficowsky's book “Gypsies in Poland”.now these guys know how to rock gypsy style

Romani Women

beautiful romani women, love the style and the hair. A woman nursing her baby. I feel we should see more of these types of images in beauty magazines :)

Yves Leresche photographe suisse lausanne - photo reportage - Gypsies . Rroms . Rroma . Tsiganes . Tziganes

Finally found a list of the old names for herbs, on the Gypsy Magic website: Eye of newt sounds less icky when you find out it's referring to a spotted mustard seed.and dragon's blood comes out of a tree, not a dragon.

Photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert photographed a Sintesti, Romania, from 1990 to 2006, documenting the life, traditions, history and outlook of the Romanian Gypsies.

Geta and Papusha Mihai (front and second from front) sit with their mother (at rear), and sister-in -law Garoafa, as they make soap in an oil drum which is just out of shot. By Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert found here

Gypsy:  Kaldarari or Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian #Gypsies. They made cauldrons and baking trays on mobile anvils or mended leaking dishes. Initially, they traveled through Danube principalities, but after 1856, they headed to neighboring countries. Soon, Kotlyar tabors arrived in Poland, Russia, France, Spain, and England.

Kelderars (Kotlyars) are Romanian Gypsies. They made caldrons and baking trays…