Clothing of Miklos Olah, from 1503 is located in Iparmuveszeti Muzeum, Budapest,  In: Turnau, History of dress in Central and Eastern Europe from 16 th 18th century

This is a photo collection of extant clothing. --good resource --Clothing of Miklos Olah, from 1503 is located in Iparmuveszeti Muzeum, Budapest, In: Turnau, History of dress in Central and Eastern Europe .

Dolman of Miklos Esterhazy, (1582-1645), Iparmuveszeti Muzeum,  In: I.Turnau, history of dress in Central and Eastern Europe from 16 to 18th century

Dolman of Miklos Esterhazy, Iparmuveszeti Muzeum, Hungary In: I.Turnau, history of dress in Central and Eastern Europe from 16 to century

Żupan XVII wiek, odwzorowany na podstawie eksponatu z muzeum w krakowie

Żupan XVII wiek, odwzorowany na podstawie eksponatu z muzeum w krakowie

Jopula wykonana na wzór jopuli z nagrobka władysława Jagiełły XIVw

Jopula jopuli made on the model of the tombstone of Wladyslaw I . on Stylowi.

Dolman (atlas, fir de argint, argint aurit, sârmă de argint aurit, capse smălţuite în formă de mâini, mânecile sunt prelungite în faţă acoperind până la degete. Colecţia familiei Esterházy, Budapest, Iparművészeti Múzeum, nr.inv.52.2804)

Dolman (atlas, fir de argint, argint aurit, sârmă de argint aurit, capse smălţuite în formă de mâini, mânecile sunt prelungite în faţă acoperind până la degete. Colecţia familiei Esterházy, Budapest, Iparművészeti Múzeum, nr.inv.52.2804)

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Aleksander Benedykt Sobieski w żupanie

Aleksander Benedykt Sobieski, son of John III Sobieski, dressed in Polish costume

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