Hungarian suba, traditional cape of Hungarian shepherds, leather and fur .

This cape, or suba, is a traditional garment of Hungarian shepherds. The embroidery and leather appliqués are characteristically Hungarian.

Hungarian coat from Fekete-Körös valley, Transylvania. It part of the Hungarian ethno-cultural region of the historical Transylvania province. After the Dictate of Trianon 1920, it became part of Romania. From the exhibition in the Museum of Ethnography, Budapest, Hungary.

Hungarian coat from Fekete-Körös valley, Transylvania. It part of the Hungarian ethno-cultural region of the historical Transylvania province. After the Dictate of Trianon it became part of Romania.

History of Romania part 3 - Thracians / Istoria Romaniei partea 3 - Tracii

1938 : Hungarian Folk Dancers (Czardas) Curated by Amanda Uren (LOL)

Mantle_details Date: 1840–70 Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool, leather, cotton

Mantle_details Date: Culture: Hungarian Medium: wool, leather, cotton

Korniss Péter | Körmendi-Csák Fotográfiai Gyűjtemény

Korniss Péter | Körmendi-Csák Fotográfiai Gyűjtemény

the ködmön jacket

Krisztina Szabo, textile conservator : Excavated at Albertirsa - White lambskin jacket, with white lamb fur on its chest, back, sleeves and with rich black embroidery.

Folk Costume, Fashion History, Embroidery Patterns, Budapest, Hungary, Folklore, Homeland, Bellisima, Embroidery Designs

Hungarian embroidery and leather applicationon on a woman' leather jacket, called ködmön. Embroidery is the newer fashioned way of decoration than leather application.

Hungarian embroidery and leather applicationon on a woman' leather jacket, called ködmön. Embroidery is the newer fashioned way of decoration than leather application.

Vest Jacket, Hungary, Folk Art, Apron, Roots, Vest Coat, Pinafore Apron, Popular Art, Aprons

Miedzioryt z XVII wieku, przedstawiający tryumf nad Moskalami.

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