Cool shades of colours appeared on fabrics from the Łowicz region in the 1920s-1930s and still remain popular.The tape - originally used to protect the fabric - over time became a stunning accessory. The embroidery is a accentuated flat stich technique. The most popular motifs in the embroidery from the Łowicz region include stylized rosebuds and pansy flowers.


  • Title: Traditional apron from Łowicz area
  • Date Created: 1935/1939
  • Location Created: Złaków Kościelny, Łowicz region
  • Photographer: Photo by: Edward Koprowski, Edit: Marzena Borman / SEM in Warsaw
  • Medium: wool, linen, aniline dyes, velvet, silk thread,woven trim, metal clasp

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