Sarny district, Rivne region. The village of Stepan’. Early 20th century.
Restored by samples from museum and private collections.
The set includes: a shirt, a skirt, an apron, a kamizelka and a shawl.
The shirt is made by ‘ustavka’ cut (with inserts), of thin cotton fabric “percale”, embroidered with colourful geometric ornaments.
The “ternova” skirt is made of woollen printed fabric, decorated with a wide strip of black velvet on the bottom.
Apron with “shlyarka” is made of cotton fabric and decorated with stripes of geometric ornaments.
“Kazatin” kamizelka is sewn of black velvet, with three wedges “fandy” on the back. Decorated with tiny beads (“patsyorky”) embroidery with floral motifs.
The “salisovka” shawl is made of printed woollen fabric.
Sizes: 36 – 42.