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ZUPAN
OUTER GARMENT
KONTUSZ
POLISH NATIONAL
CLOTH
PAS KONTUSZOWY
SASH
WORN
CRIMSON KONTUSZ
TH CENTURY
INNER GARMENT
BENEATH
LINING
BELT
LONG SLEEVES
OUTER GARMENTS
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Definitions

  1. The kontusz was tied with a long, wide belt called a pas kontuszowy.
  2. The kontusz was a long robe, usually reaching to below the knees, with a set of decorative buttons down the front.
  3. The kontusz was usually of a vivid colour, and the lining had to be of a contrasting hue.
  4. Kontusz (pronounce) is a type of outer garment worn by the Polish and Lithuanian male nobility (szlachta).
  5. The kontusz was originally of eastern origin and came to the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth from Turkey via Hungary. (Web site)

Zupan

  1. We have confirmation on the patterns for the Polish Zupan and Kontusz.
  2. The front of the Kontusz is seamless and generally decorated with passementerie loops and braids that came ot be the hallmark of Polish style. (Web site)
  3. Many period paintings show that boys were cpmmonly wearing traditional Polish clothes, including zupan and kontusz.
  4. Dworek kontusz karabela.
  5. The overcoat was lined with fur is probably early [?kontusz]. (Web site)

Outer Garment

  1. Kontusz was, from the 16th century, the outer garment of Polish and Lithuanian male szlachta (nobility or gentry).
  2. Kontusz (pronounce ) is a type of outer garment worn by the Polish and Lithuanian male nobility ( szlachta).

Kontusz

  1. In winter a fur lining could be attached to the kontusz, or a delia worn over it.
  2. In the 17th century, worn over an inner garment ( --upan), the kontusz became the most notable element of male Polish national attire.
  3. Throwning kontusz sleeves on one's back and stroking one's mustache was considered to be a signal of readiness for a fight.
  4. The noblewomen had their own variants of fur-lined kontusz with long slit-sleeves, and fur hats with jewels. (Web site)
  5. Image:Kontusz.jpg Stanis--aw Antoni Szczuka in a representative national Polish outfit.

Polish National

  1. Like the rest of Polish national dress, the kontusz belt was of eastern origin.
  2. Like the rest of Polish national dress, the kontusz sash was of eastern origin.
  3. A szlachcic - nobleman in a Polish national outfit: a red kontusz and a blue --upan, tied with yellow pas kontuszowy.

Cloth

  1. Pas kontuszowy (" kontusz sash") was a cloth sash used for compassing a kontusz (a robe-like garment).
  2. In an earlier periods, sometimes narrower sashes of fine cloth or silk net were worn, but the wide kontusz sash is specific to the later period.
  3. Last check: 2007-10-15) Pas kontuszowy - Pas kontuszowy ( "kontusz belt") was a cloth belt used for compassing a kontusz (a robe-like garment). (Web site)
  4. Last check: 2007-10-15) Clothes of Polish is kontusz, which is similiar to popular cloths used daily in such countries like Hungary and Ukraina. (Web site)

Pas Kontuszowy

  1. This kontusz was finished with silver galloon 5mm in width sewn along the seam line of the arm, and the rear side of the arm sewed up to below the armpits. (Web site)
  2. Pas kontuszowy (" kontusz sash") was a cloth sash used for compassing a kontusz (a robe-like garment).
  3. A red kontusz tied with a pas kontuszowy.
  4. Reference WikipediA pas kontuszowy Wac--aw Rzewuski wearing a golden-finished kontusz belt Pas kontuszowy 's--ucki'. (Web site)

Sash

  1. In two of them two kontusz sashes were found. (Web site)
  2. It was assumed that kontusz sashes started to be woven for Polish clients then for European clientele, first of all in France, Lyon, by the 1770s. (Web site)

Worn

  1. Typically it was worn beneath a kontusz, and had long sleeves and a row of decorative buttons. (Web site)
  2. Unlike --upan, kontusz was worn only by the nobility.
  3. After 1680s, it was typically worn beneath a kontusz and in such union those two garments became the Polish national costume until mid-19th century. (Web site)
  4. Many period paintings show that boys were cpmmonly wearing traditional Polish clothes, including zupan and kontusz. (Web site)
  5. PAFDC News 2001 In their elegant Kontusz costumes PAFDC performed a mazur from Stanislaw Moniuszko's opera Halka. (Web site)

Crimson Kontusz

  1. Jan Zamoyski in crimson kontusz and blue silk żupan tied with pas kontuszowy.
  2. The official uniform was a crimson kontusz and --upan, with a navy blue collar. (Web site)
  3. Jan Zamoyski in crimson kontusz and blue silk żupan tied with pas kontuszowy.
  4. In 1903 Emeryk Hutten-Czapski donated a Polish kontusz outfit dated 1773, which had belonged to Jan Potocki, starost of Kaniow. (Web site)
  5. From Wikipedia Add to or Edit this information Stefan Czarniecki in crimson kontusz.

Th Century

  1. The delia went out of fashion in the 18th century as it was replaced by the kontusz. (Web site)
  2. In 18th century the village was one of the main centres of production of Kontusz Belts.

Inner Garment

  1. In the 17th century, together with an inner garment (żupan), the kontusz became the most notable element of male Polish national attire.

Beneath

  1. After 1680s, it was typically worn beneath a kontusz and in such union those two garments became the Polish national costume until mid-19th century. (Web site)

Lining

  1. The kontusz was usually of a vivid colour, and the lining had to be of a contrasting hue.

Belt

  1. Pas kontuszowy (" kontusz belt") was a cloth belt used for compassing a kontusz.
  2. Only gradually it became a lighter garment to be worn underneath the kontusz, while the belt became a colourful affair worn over the kontusz.

Long Sleeves

  1. Typically it was worn beneath a kontusz, and had long sleeves and a row of decorative buttons.

Outer Garments

  1. The kontusz appeared in the 1630s, and quickly replaced most outer garments. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Żupan
  2. Outer Garment
  3. Long Sleeves
  4. Glossaries > Glossary of Polish History Stubs /
  5. Society > Family > Families > Nobility
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