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Skirt made up of three panels (part of a woman’s costume with 3052/9-17). Panels have multicoloured vertical lines of flowers and zigzag patterns. Parts ‘a’ and ‘b’ are identical. These smaller panels are rectangular in shape, with a narrow, covered, elasticized band at top that protrudes from each side to form ties, with a wide hem at the bottom. Part ‘c’ is a wider panel. It too has an elasticised band at top, uncovered, and wide hem at bottom, as well as wide side folds edged in green satin on the back.


Late 19th century Hutsul style woman's costume, of the Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky district in the Kiev region, Ukraine.

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