Cap Date: 1890–1910 Culture: Slovak Medium: cotton, wool, silk Dimensions: 9 x 9 1/2 in. (22.9 x 24.1 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costu...

8 dec 12 [ note the design of this cap! Date: Culture: Slovak Medium: cotton, wool, silk]

Europe - Slovakia

Slovak Folk Embroidery - reminds me of the chewing gum on canvas pictures

Slovak Kapka Cap Back  This image shows the back view of the married woman's cap from Polomka, Slovakia Europe.

Slovak Kapka Cap Back This image shows the back view of the married woman's cap from Polomka, Slovakia Europe.

Antique Slovak Headdress Embroidered Wedding Bonnet Ethnic Kroj Polomka Zavadka

Antique Slovak Headdress Embroidered Wedding Bonnet Ethnic Kroj Polomka Zavadka

Krížiková výšivka na čepci. Polomka (okr. Brezno), 1. polovica 20. storočia./ Cross stitch embroidery on the bonnet Polomka (dist. Brezno) Slovakia, the first half of the 20th century.

Slovak Folk Embroidery or Slovenská ľudová výšivka Traditional Slovak folk embroidery is a part of Slavic heritage and culture and now I would like to show you few examples, also you can read on the Slovak embroidery.

Europa - Slovakia/Polomka

This image shows the front of a married woman's cap or bonnet from the town of Polomka (Polonka) Slovakia

Today I´d like to introduce to you an amazing tradition of embroidered bonnets of central Slovakia. One thing is, the embroidery is truly splendid and eye-catching. However, this is only one part of...

Today I´d like to introduce to you an amazing tradition of embroidered bonnets of central Slovakia. One thing is, the embroidery is truly splendid and eye-catching.


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