Made on order.
Women’s festive attire. Dubrovytsia district, Rivne region. Late 19th – early 20th century.
Restored by authentic samples from museum collections.
Woven and sewn from the finest, lightest, transparent linen fabric.
The set includes: a shirt, a skirt, an apron, a kamizelka, a namitka and a krayka.
The shirt is made by ‘ustavka’ cut (with inserts), with a lined collar and cuffs “chokhly” (covers). The lower parts of the sleeves are decorated with woven stripes of red color.
The skirt “suknia” is sewn from 5 “pilka” pieces of cloth. It is tightly gathered around the waist. Two cloths are placed on the sides – decorated with woven stripes of patterns.
The apron is made of 3 cloths of serpanok fabric. “Pilka” are from the sides, on the bottom they are decorated with woven coloured stripes.
The namitka is woven of linen cloth, decorated with stripes of ornaments at the ends.
The “gorset” kamizelka, fitted cut, is sewn of factory fabric, decorated with colourful silk ribbons “gallions”.
The woollen “krayka” belt is woven in coloured stripes, with woven edges at the ends.
Sizes: 36 – 42.