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Coiffure de gauche : fait penser a ce qu'on pouvait trouver en 19e   Front and back Thessaloniki district, Liti and Drymos festive costumes with the characteristic hair ornaments “bapkes” and the head ornament “sourgoutsa”, a metal tassel in the form of a pin. - early 20th   vue arriere : http://www.texmedindigitalibrary.eu/img_db/ogoi0u38_2.jpg

Front and back Thessaloniki district, Liti and Drymos festive costumes with the characteristic hair ornaments “bapkes” and the head ornament “sourgoutsa”, a metal tassel in the form of a pin.

The older bridal version of the Makra Gefyra (Zaloufi), Thrace. The festive dress with its embroidered overcoat known by the name of “terliki”. A special effect is created by the white felt boots. Early 20th century. Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion, Greece.

The older bridal version of the Makra Gefyra (Zaloufi) festive dress with its embroidered overcoat known by the name of “terliki”. A special effect is created by the white felt boots Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation, Nafplion Early century.

Bride costume from the village Piscopo (Greek: Επισκοπή / Bishops) in Urumlak, Bersko, Aegean Macedonia, Start. the 20th century.

Episkopi, Imathia, Macedonia: Bridal costume with a white sayás (sleeved coat dress) full of impressive embroidered and woven gold and multicoloured motifs.

Paul L.M. Metay: June 2010

Şalvar, Cepken and short Waistcoat in velvet and silk with silver embroderies

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.

Something Old, Something New: A World of Bridal Fashion [https://www.flickr.com/photos/artsandartists/sets/72157631938500237/detail/]

Image courtesy of Ohio State University, Historic Costume & Textile Collection.

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