RUSSIAN DISPLAYS. PART II.

More and more displays of Russian culture. Found via Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii Collection.


Peasant girls. [Russian Empire]


Three mannequins of women in elaborate dress, on wooden stands


Old iron marriage crowns


Two icons in the Church of the Prophet Elijah
[Belozersk, Russian Empire]


Etruscan vases in the Hermitage in Saint Peterburg


Shroud with image of the Venerable Evfrosinii
[Venerable Monastery, Suzdal]


Plashchanitsa [shroud with image of Christ],
embroidered by Anastasiia Romanova


Venerable Irinarkh’s cap, lash, and fetters. risoglebsk


In the Borodino Museum. Borodino

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2 Responses to “RUSSIAN DISPLAYS. PART II.”

  1. cindy d Says:

    *sigh* i love russian stuff… now if i could just afford to go there. grrrr

  2. Bree Says:

    These are mind-boggling beautiful!! With those rainbow-y borders??? So awesome.

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