Tura (Hungary) traditional dress

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

  • Fél Edit: A turai viselet. Néprajzi Értesítő 1937. p. 84-105.
  • Varga Marianna: Turai hímzések. 1965. Budapest
  • Varga Marianna: A turai hímzések motívumvilága. Folklór Archívum 13. 1981. Budapest

Young woman’s church dress for a big party, Tura, Pest county, mid-20th century fashion

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Tura – Handkerchief

Tura – Handkerchief

NAME: Handkerchief - ’Kézbe való kendő’ DESCRIPTION: The white cotton canvas base is embroidered with multicoloured cotton thread, flat and dry stitch. The border decoration, which lasts only as long as the four folded handkerchiefs, has a floral pattern. In the...

Tura – Ribbon for the apron

Tura – Ribbon for the apron

NAME: Ribbon for the front of the apron – ’Kötény elejére való pántlika’ DESCRIPTION: White jacquard strap with rose pattern on a white background. Folded in two and laced into the front tie of the apron, it adorned the outfit. Size: width: 4,7cm Material: jacquard...

Tura – ’Pántlika’ ribbon for the neck

Tura – ’Pántlika’ ribbon for the neck

NAME: ’Pántlika’ ribbon for the neck DESCRIPTION: White jacquard strap with rose pattern on a white background. Folded in two and tied to the pearl blue tie, it adorned the dress. Size: 10, 4 cm Material: jacquard strap Technique: factory made Age: reconstruction,...

Tura – Headscarf

Tura – Headscarf

NAME: Headscarf DESCRIPTION: The white cotton wool headscarf is decorated with cotton thread, flat stitch, shank stitch, loop stitch and eyelet embroidery. The embroidery was given a certain plasticity by understitching the larger motifs. Hole embroidery was also...

Tura – Coil, ’főkötő’ or ’fékötő’

Tura – Coil, ’főkötő’ or ’fékötő’

NAME: Coil – ’főkötő’ or ’fékötő’ DESCRIPTION: The bonnet is actually an ensemble of two pieces. Both are cut in a semi-circle with a curve at the front. The bonnet is made of angin reinforced with a hard paper lining. The matching bonnet is made of a more beautiful...

Tura – White stitched shawl

Tura – White stitched shawl

NAME: White stitched shawl DESCRIPTION: A triangular garment made of white cotton wool, decorated with white cotton thread, flat stitch, shank stitch, loop stitch and eyelet embroidery. The embroidery was given a certain plasticity by understitching the larger motifs....

Tura – Glass-pearl necklace

Tura – Glass-pearl necklace

NAME: Glass-pearl necklace – ’gyöngynyakék’, ’kőgaláris’ DESCRIPTION: The five-row necklace is made of blue solid glass beads. The ends of the equally long rows were sewn to a textile cushion and fastened with a clasp.In Tura in the 1930s and 1940s, women were...

Tura – Apron ’kecele’, ’kötény’

Tura – Apron ’kecele’, ’kötény’

NAME: Apron ’kecele’, ’kötény’ DESCRIPTION: The festive apron is made from a dark blue dye that has been brightened with a wind. The upper part was narrowed on both sides with a fold, and a cotton ribbon tie was sewn into this place. The bottom and the lapels were...

Tura – Vest ’pruszlik’

Tura – Vest ’pruszlik’

NAME: Vest ’pruszlik’ DESCRIPTION: It's made of velvet embroidered with tiny buds and blue floral mustard on a black background, cut to a close-fitting fit with a deep, round neckline. Lined with white cotton linen. The back, peeking out from under the shoulder shawl,...

Tura – Women’s blouse

Tura – Women’s blouse

NAME: Women’s blouse - ’ujjas’ or ’bujka’ DESCRIPTION: In the village, it was sewn from a large pink brocade silk called purple. The waist was made with a straight cut, without a bust seam, so the wearer adjusted the waist by folding it into the apron. The neck and...

Tura – Wrinkled skirt (blue)

Tura – Wrinkled skirt (blue)

NAME: Tura - Wrinkled skirt DESCRIPTION: patterned striped wool fabric without any tailoring, with a single long edge. Its pleated fabric is caught in a waistband. The lower part of the apron is made up of a green background with a bright green and yellow striped...

Tura – Wrinkled skirt (green)

Tura – Wrinkled skirt (green)

NAME: Wrinkled skirt DESCRIPTION: The garment is made from a green background of black single-striped wool fabric without any tailoring, with a single long edge. The pleated fabric is caught in a waistband. The lower part of the apron is lined with cotton linen with a...

Tura – Wrinkled underskirt, hemmed

Tura – Wrinkled underskirt, hemmed

NAME: Wrinkled underskirt, hemmed DESCRIPTION: The garment is made of blue-yellow-grey striped printed cotton linen without any tailoring, with a single long edge. First, the spread fabric was finely pleated except at the front, then the pleats and smoother front were...

Tura – Underskirt „bottomless” (stripes)

Tura – Underskirt „bottomless” (stripes)

NAME: Underskirt „bottomless” (stripes) DESCRIPTION: The garment is made of cotton canvas with a wide blue background on black and a narrow brown and white stripe print. The fabric, which is rectangular in shape and consists of a longitudinal edge, is finely pleated...

Tura – Underskirt „bottomless” (blue)

Tura – Underskirt „bottomless” (blue)

NAME: Underskirt „bottomless” (blue) DESCRIPTION: The garment is made from a narrow white cotton linen with a patterned stripe on a dark blue ground, without any tailoring, from a single long edge. First, the fabric was folded in small folds of about 8 mm, except at...

Tura – White underskirt

Tura – White underskirt

NAME: White underskirt DESCRIPTION: The garment is sewn from white cotton linen, without any tailoring, from a single long edge. The open fabric was pleated, except at the front, into small folds of about 8 mm, and the pleats and the front, which was left smooth, were...

Tura – Women’s boots

Tura – Women’s boots

NAME: Women’s boots DESCRIPTION: The foot is made of black painted cowhide, the stiff side stitched stalk of black patent cowhide with a rising stem. Leather sole and pleated heel with studs. Lining of finer sheepskin.In the 1920s and 1930s, boots and shoes were both...

Tura – Stockings

Tura – Stockings

NAME: Stockings DESCRIPTION: White, patent knit cotton tights. The boots were usually made with a split collar of soft cloth. With the popularity of the shoe came the wearing of stockings. In the 1920s and 1930s, both types of footwear were in use, but boots were more...

Tura – Pendely, (’alsószoknya’)

Tura – Pendely, (’alsószoknya’)

NAME: Pendely, (’alsószoknya’) DESCRIPTION:The skirt is made from a single length of white cotton linen, i.e. a single rectangular piece without any tailoring. It has a slit at the front. The overlaying petticoats were held up by a pleat sewn in a circle at the...

Tura – Undershirt

Tura – Undershirt

NAME: Undershirt DESCRIPTION: Made from white cotton linen, the garment follows a more modern mid-20th century pattern line. The sleeves of the shirt were no longer sewn into the waist, but sewn into the waist, the neckline was rectangular and the side slit was closed...