Re: New to list & looking for help
- Thanks for your helpful response. See my comments below:
> Information about Russian embroidery with some illustrations can befound at...http://tulgey.browser.net/~kate/sca/rus/
Found this site a couple of days ago.
>Russian clothing is to be found here:
> Notes from past SIG discussions about use of gems & pearls in
Haven't seen this one.
> The above webpage does not have any notes form the very detaileddiscussion of Russian pearl embroidery that occurred within the last
year on the SIG list. You should be able to find it using
the "search" function on the Yahoo! group page messages.
I'll give it try.
> Some useful book references are listed at:Design Section)
> http://www.strangelove.net/~kieser/Russia/references.html (Art and
> I'd refer you to the on-line version of Mordak Timofeevich's GarbPacket (has the later period garb that I don't know as much about)
but I just noticed that my link is broken. 'Dak?
Found his site also.
> You will find that truly period designs and examples for Russiangarb are a bit few and far between, and most examples of period
beading are ecclesiatical items. We do a lot of "plausibly period"
work in Russian reenactment, although there is more and more
information becoming available all the time.
I kinda had the feeling that was case.
Again, thanks for the help.