Late 19th century
All-Russian handicraft and industrial exhibition
Fur (domestic reindeer); cloth: cloth
Such garment was worn in cold weather and for the journey over a malica. The sovik was sewn from deer skins, fur outside, with a hood. A piece of deer head skin formed the hood’s back. It was cut out as one piece with the garment’ back. This smart children’s sovik was made of motley young deer fur and decorated with triangular inserts of red cloth along the sleeves, hood, and above the hem. Abstract by I.A. Karapetova
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