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Kabotek - a blouse used in the traditional Rozbark - Bytom region folk costume

the first half of 20th c.

The Museum of Katowice History

The Museum of Katowice History
Katowice, Poland

Kabotek' blouse made of white linen, decorated with frills around the sleeve ends and the neckline, made of embroidered tulle. Fastened with two buttons in the front, with rows of pintucks along the fastening. The 'kabotek' is tucked under the neckline and sewn into the lining under which strings for tying were threaded. Sleeves are finished in a similar fashion – they reach the elbow and are tied with strings there. The ruff made of tulle is embroidered with a flower of 15 petals and finished with dents.

Details

  • Title: Kabotek - a blouse used in the traditional Rozbark - Bytom region folk costume
  • Date Created: the first half of 20th c.
  • Location Created: Dąbrówka Mała-Katowice, Poland
  • Physical Dimensions: h. 41,00 cm
  • Photographer: Piotr Sobański
  • Medium: Linen

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