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Embroidered shoes, from a Serbian bridal ensemble in late-Ottoman style, ca. 1900.  Golden metal threads on leather.  (Met Museum, N.Y.)

Embroidered shoes, from a Serbian bridal ensemble in late-Ottoman style, ca. Golden metal threads on leather. (Met Museum, N.

Jelek - dechiјi, бордо кадифа, gold metal thread embroidery, XIX век, 28x24 cm

Jelek - dechiјi, бордо кадифа, gold metal thread embroidery, XIX век, 28x24 cm

A pair of Serbian man's leather shoes with leather thonging and with a decorative 'horn 'or 'serpent' folded back over a plaited leather front panel. The lower edges are joined by…

A pair of Serbian man's leather shoes with leather thonging and with a decorative 'horn 'or 'serpent' folded back over a plaited leather front panel. The lower edges are joined by…

A pair of Serbian man's leather shoes with leather thonging and with a decorative 'horn 'or 'serpent' folded back over a plaited leather front panel. The lower edges are joined by metal studs and the shoe is fastened by a metal buckle, 'opanci' (singular 'opanak').

A pair of Serbian man's leather shoes with leather thonging and with a decorative 'horn 'or 'serpent' folded back over a plaited leather front panel. The lower edges are joined by…

Embroidered woman’s shoes.  Late-Ottoman urban fashion, ca. 1925.  Probably from the Bursa area.  Leather, silk, metallic thread.  (Source: Ismail Antik, Bursa).

Embroidered woman’s shoes. Late-Ottoman urban fashion, ca. Probably from the Bursa area.

Embroidered bridal shoe-ware.  Late-Ottoman, circa late 19th century.  Probably from the Balkans (Macedonia?).  Leather and silver metallic thread.  (Source: Akkaya Antik, Balikesir).

Probably from the Balkans (Macedonia? Leather and silver metallic thread.

Serbian Folkore / Srpski Folklor Serbian Costume / Srpska Nosnja

Serbian Folkore / Srpski Folklor Serbian Costume / Srpska Nosnja

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Serbian traditional costume from Prizren , Metohija (Southern Serbia) Late-Ottoman era, circa (Metohija-Kosovo was a part of the Ottoman Empire until

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