Katalin Végh
További ötletek tőle: Katalin
Boots | Hungary | 17th century | leather | Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest | Accession #: 16164.a-b

Boots | Hungary | 17th century | leather | Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest | Accession #: 16164.a-b

Elizabeth Bathory. an oil painting her father had commissioned for Ferenec Nadasdy, the man to whom she was betrothed at eleven years old. They married in her fifteenth year. His wedding gift was his home, Cachtice Castle in Hungry.

Elizabeth Bathory. an oil painting her father had commissioned for Ferenec Nadasdy, the man to whom she was betrothed at eleven years old. They married in her fifteenth year. His wedding gift was his home, Cachtice Castle in Hungry.

Hungarian Coat, from 1620, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Hungarian Coat, from 1620, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Bodice of Eva Thokoly, from 1620, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Bodice of Eva Thokoly, from 1620, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum, Helikon Kiado, foto Dabasi Andras

Skirt and bodice - presumably from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy - mid 17th century Place of production: Italy - Hungary

Skirt and bodice - presumably from the wardrobe of Orsolya Esterházy - mid 17th century Place of production: Italy - Hungary

From the wardrobe of Orsolya Dersffy, ca. 1610, Hungary, cut-pile velvet, raised embroidery of gilt silver thread; embroidered in silk thread

From the wardrobe of Orsolya Dersffy, ca. 1610, Hungary, cut-pile velvet, raised embroidery of gilt silver thread; embroidered in silk thread

Velvet bag with silver thread embroidery, 17th century.

Velvet bag with silver thread embroidery, 17th century.

Bag. Balkan or Near East, 19th Century. Embroidered wool. From the MFA Boston: 57.1608

Bag. Balkan or Near East, 19th Century. Embroidered wool. From the MFA Boston: 57.1608

Coat Date: 1900–1939 Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool

Coat Date: 1900–1939 Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool

WOMAN'S HUNGARIAN "KODMEN" JACKET, 19th C

WOMAN'S HUNGARIAN "KODMEN" JACKET, 19th C