A Tatar Woman’s Headdress. 1912. Kazan, Kazan Province.The headdress consists of velvet kalfaka-cap and lace shawl of silk jersey. The Kalfak is a traditional Tatar headdress decorated with pearls, gilt coins, and gold embroidery. from The Russian Museum of Ethnography

A Tatar Woman’s Headdress. 1912. Kazan, Kazan Province.

The headdress consists of velvet kalfaka-cap and lace shawl of silk jersey. The Kalfak is a traditional Tatar headdress
decorated with pearls, gilt coins, and gold embroidery.

from The Russian Museum of Ethnography

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