ANSÓ – Silk Ribbon (“a trenzadera”)

ANSÓ – Silk Ribbon (“a trenzadera”) NAME: Silk Ribbon (“a trenzadera”) DESCRIPTION: this ribbon is called “trenzadera”, and it is used to wrap the churros with the woman’s natural hair, giving rise to the classic...

ANSÓ – Churros

ANSÓ – Churros NAME: Churros (‘os churros’) DESCRIPTION:Pair of black female churros (hairpiece) used for the classic “churros hairstyle” of the women of Ansó. The “churros hairstyle” owes its name to this element, it is a hairpiece that...

ANSÓ – Shoes

ANSÓ – Shoes NAME: Shoes DESCRIPTION: Pair of women’s flat shoes in black leather, with tongue, laces and rounded toe cap. The buckle features a series of eyelets with black crisscrossed cotton laces that tie the shoes. The sole is leather, attached to a...

ANSÓ – Petticoat (as inaguas)

ANSÓ – Petticoat (as inaguas) NAME: Petticoat (as inaguas) DESCRIPTION: This petticoat is a garment to be worn under the skirt. Made in cotton with striped print in different shades of blue, red and dark grey. The skirt is attached to the waist by a small...

ANSÓ – Scapular

ANSÓ – Scapular NAME: scapular DESCRIPTION: the scapular is part of the adornments worn by women, it is a protective element. It is also worn by girls when they wear the saigüelo colorau (red smock) and in the past it was even hung on cradles to protect...

ANSÓ – Earrings

ANSÓ – Earrings NAME: Earrings DESCRIPTION: Pair of female girandole earrings in gilded metal. They are composed of five bodies and are articulated as follows: button at the top (where the attachment hook to the earlobe begins), a bow as the central part from...