Elena Kokoshnik Headdress (blue)
|Material||beads, lace, satin|
|Size||one size fits all (adjustable)|
|Additional Information||Traditional headdress for a Russian Folk Costume|
|Color may vary||Shades and hues you see on the monitor may vary depending on your settings.|
The word "kokoshnik" is derived from the archaic Slavic word "kokosh," meaning chicken. It is an old, traditional headdress in the shape of a wave crest, that is an integral part of a holiday women's Russian folk costume.
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