Reconstructed from archeological finds: Iron-age costume from Eura, western Finland (worn by the President of Finland on Independence Day 2002).

Reconstructed from archaeological finds. The brooches at each shoulder seem to be Viking tortoise design as is the coin laden necklace, so I'm not sure how accurate this is for the Iron Age

Eura-dress is reconstruction based on Luistari tomb No. 56 (Western Finland) discoveries, including a string of pearls and coins. The coins in that tomb are mostly Arab, but there is also some germanic coins. The youngest coin is minted 1018-24.

Eura-dress is reconstruction based on Luistari tomb No. 56 (Western Finland) discoveries, including a string of pearls and coins. The coins in that tomb are mostly Arab, but there are also some Germanic coins. The youngest coin is minted

Finnish president Taina Hailonen in a reproduction based on textile and jewelry finds in a grave at Eura, Finland, dated to approximately 1000 C.E

♢♢♢ Finland's former president Tarja Halonen wearing a folk dress from Eura, Finland. ♢♢♢ Finnish president Taina Hailonen in a reproduction based on textile and jewelry finds in a grave at Eura, Finland, dated to approximately 1000 C.

""Tekaisin" Mikkelin seudun muinaispuvun valmiiksi. Jos totta puhutaan, niin puvun tekemiseen meni aikaa useampi vuosi. Työläs mutta mielenkiintoinen projekti. Tarja Kröger 2011"

Mikkelin muinaispuku - Ancient dress of St. The ancient dresses are reconstructed based on pre-historic grave finds.

Finnish Iron Age costume - blog post includes her notes in English and Finnish

Hibernaatiopesäke: Rautakautista testailua / testing the iron age dress

Europe - Finland/Perniö, 12th century reconstruction (Helsinki, National Museum of Finland)

"Veitsi ja vaipan reunaa" © Marianne Huttunen, Laura Kylliäinen, Liisa Ojala, Pirjo Sinervo (quote) via teeitse.fi Reconstruction of Finnish iron/viking age dress from Perniö. Detail of knife and cloak.

Eura, Perniö, Tuukala, Muinais-Karjala.

Really nice to see the variation in Finnish folk dress. The longer shawl I feel would suit the character of the brothers wife. I think the shawl gives a more mature look to the outfit.

Finnish sarafaani or feresi. In Finland orthodox women wore sarafan while lutheran women wore "normal" Finnish (e.g. Karelian) traditional costumes. www.kansallispuku... www.ortodoksi.net... Ajankohtaista -T:mi Soja Murto

Sarafaani- Finnish sarafaani or feresi. In Finland orthodox women wore sarafan while lutheran women wore "normal" finnish (e.

Finnish Dress #5

These ones are Finnic costumes (Livonian, Estonian, Finnish) Links to a forum with more photographs of other periods

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s dress representing the region of Lavansaari, part of the former Finland, today belonging to Russia.

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s dress representing the region of Lavansaari, part of the former Finland, today belonging to Russia.

Pinterest
Search
Get ideas and inspiration with a free Pinterest account

Access our best ideas with a free account

Sign up to see more

OR

By continuing, you agree to Pinterest's Terms of Service, Privacy Policy
Already a member?
Log in
Pinterest is for searching, trying, tasting, creating, doing…