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Dress – called 'kiecka', used as part of the traditional Rozbark - Bytom region costume

the first half of 20th c.

The Museum of Katowice History

The Museum of Katowice History
Katowice, Poland

Silk 'kiecka' skirt with roses on a black background. Tucked, arranged in folds. On the right, below the waistband, there is a black linen pocket. The 'lajbik' sleeveless shirt was sewn of the same material. There are black inserts sewn in on the sides. The lining of the 'lajbik' shirt is white. The dress is fastened in the front with three buttons. The bottom is lined with black fabric, finished with black tape in the front and black fringe in the back.

Details

  • Title: Dress – called 'kiecka', used as part of the traditional Rozbark - Bytom region costume
  • Date Created: the first half of 20th c.
  • Location Created: Piekary Śląskie-Szarlej, Poland
  • Physical Dimensions: h. 126,00 cm
  • Type: dress
  • Photographer: Piotr Sobański
  • Medium: Silk

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