Bourgeoise in folk costume from Jászsági, lower Hungary.

Bourgeoise Jászsági viselet clothing. Traditional Hungary costume. Hungarian Folkdress

Bourgeoise from Jászsági, lower Hungary

Bourgeoise in folk costume from Jászsági, lower Hungary.

Allemagne. Nº 10 Bourgeoise de J’Azberény. (District des Jazyges) (Basse Hongrie).

Gallery: Folk dresses from Norway, Dutch, Germany and Hungaria.

Note:  Costume designs of the Hungarian Homes Group 1837

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