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- Date of production early 20th century
- Place of creation village of Rozdziele, Lemkivshchyna, Poland
- Dimensions length: 36 cm, circuit: 76 cm
- ID no. MDKG/OBL/E 1546
- Branch The Open Air Ethnographic Museum of the Pogórze Region in Szymbark
- Object copyright The Karwacjan and Gładysz Family Manors Museum
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska’s Virtual Museums project
The presented corset comes from the village of Rozdziele. Corsets (lajbyky) were worn by Lemko women – brides and young married women. They were worn over blouses.more
The presented corset comes from the village of Rozdziele. Corsets (lajbyky) were worn by Lemko women – brides and young married women. They were worn over blouses.
This corset was sewn from a patterned factory fabric. There are colourful (pink, blue, green) flowers on a cherry red background. The corset is decorated with a dense, coloured lockstitch along the edges of the fastening, on a strip at the waist and on the kaletki (strips of cloth lining the edge). Cutouts at the neck, hands and the edges of the fastening are trimmed with a dark pink narrow wool ribbon. Lemko corsets were most often buttoned, and less often laced. The lajbyk on display features 6 decorative pink plastic buttons. Its lower edge is decorated with numerous kaletki – so-called kłapcie. It is fully lined with grey canvas.
Elaborated by Anna Niemczyńska-Szurek (The Karwacjan and Gładysz Family Manors Museum), © all rights reserved