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Headdress is one of the main elements in the traditional Uzbek clothing. The national headwear in many countries of Central Asia, including Uzbekistan is a tubeteika (skull-cap).

Chuvash's haddress

Maiden`s headdress. Late or early century - Samara - Chuvash

The Bethlehem headdress, Shatweh, whose front is covered with rows of coins, beads and coral was worn by married women of three neighboring villages, Bethlehem, Beit Jala and Beit Sahur | Unmarried women wore instead, a small circular embroidered cap (taqiyyeh) similar to the one worn in Jerusalem. Nineteenth century shatwehs were low and wide in shape, sparsely embroidered, and with few silver coins. In the 1920s, shatwehs became narrower but higher.

Bethlehem shatweh or money hat, and an elaborate iznaq chin chain attacked.

antique nomads turkman hat with silk tassels, silver coins in decoration… tribal art, Central Asia, Turkmenistan.

antique nomads turkman hat with silk tassels, silver coins in decoration& tribal art, Central Asia, Turkmenistan.

Antique Orient Islamic Embriodered Banjara Wedding Headdress Sindh Pakistan A | eBay

Antique orient Islamic Embriodered Banjara wedding headdress sindh Pakistan -A

VINTAGE CLOTHING Chodor Turkmen HAT Late 19th by tcEclecticImages

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Turkmen cap with red carneole in the amulette,silver and brass. On top a red glass pearl. Pre 1900 - photo Sam Laren - rugrabbit.com

Turkmen cap with red carneole in the amulette,silver and brass. On top a red glass pearl.

Morocco | Woman's ceremonial wedding headdress; silver, coral and goat's hair | Late 18th century || Ghysels Collection, photograph John Bigelow Taylor

Morocco ~ woman's ceremonial wedding headdress of silver, coral and goat's hair ~ late century ~ Ghysels Collection ~ photograph by John Bigelow Taylor

"Kaiberen" ethno garments collection. Idea: Shamil Japarov. Costume designer: Aida Maitasheva. Technologist-constructor: Chynara Stamkulova. Performance: Textile workshop of Tumar Art Group. Photo: Erkin Boljurov. Inspired by findings of K.I. Antipina’s ethnographic research.

"Kaiberen" ethno garments collection. Idea: Shamil Japarov. Costume designer: Aida Maitasheva. Technologist-constructor: Chynara Stamkulova. Performance: Textile workshop of Tumar Art Group. Photo: Erkin Boljurov. Inspired by findings of K.I. Antipina’s ethnographic research.

Turkmenistan | Headdress from the Esari people; fabric, silver, carnelian | ca. 1st half of the 20th century // Pforzheimer Museum, Private Collection

Turkmenistan | Headdress from the Esari people; fabric, silver, carnelian | ca. 1st half of the 20th century // Pforzheimer Museum, Private Collection

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