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’Jedbowka’ kerchief ’Jedbowka’ kerchief

the first part of 20. century

The Museum of Katowice History

The Museum of Katowice History
Katowice, Poland

Foulard kerchief called ’jedbowka’, made of thin silk, worn by men as part of the folk costume. It was worn on the neck, tied under the shirt collar, with the knot in the front, on the neck. The kerchief is bright green. Along the edges, a narrow strip of maroon, red and yellow.

Foulard kerchief called ’jedbowka’, made of thin silk, worn by men as part of the folk costume. It was worn on the neck, tied under the shirt collar, with the knot in the front, on the neck. The kerchief is bright green. Along the edges, a narrow strip of maroon, red and yellow.

Details

  • Title: ’Jedbowka’ kerchief ’Jedbowka’ kerchief
  • Date Created: the first part of 20. century, the first part of 20. century
  • Location Created: Katowice-Szopienice, Poland, Katowice-Szopienice, Poland
  • Photographer: Piotr Sobański, Piotr Sobański
  • Medium: Silk, Silk

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