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 Use of Caps and Ceremonial Headdress by Women of Gilgit-Baltistan Region as a Symbol of their Unique Cultural Heritage.

It is one of the most eye-catching experiences to see women wearing beautiful colored headdress as part of their clothing in Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) region. The custom of wearing intricately embroidered and lavishly ornamented caps and headdress by women is a unique feature of the cultural heritage of this region. These include traditional Iraghiphartsun[s] and Qalami phartsun(popularly known as Hunza Caps) and also the modern new style phartsun, called modern Hunza Cap.A lessknown and almost disappeared is thebeautiful and ornate ceremonial Perakheaddress, the serpent style headdress studded with turquoise and silver jewelry, reported inuse in remote areas like Punial and Ghizer, and in rural areas of Gilgit-Baltistan. Perak isno more seen nowadays in urban centers. The practice of wearing caps and serpent like ceremonial headdress Perak is unique to Gilgit-Baltistan and neighboring Tibet and Ladakh region. Similarpracticesextends to Chitral where Kalasha Women also wear traditional daily headdress calledshushutand more ornate ceremonialserpent style headdress kupas. My observation and travel to Gilgit, Hunza and Skardu some years ago and a literature search shows that the use of popularly known Hunza caps and Perak headdress among women of Gilgit-Baltistan region is slowly disappearing.

Height about 7 cm and diameter about 17 cm
Very good condition for a piece that is probably older that 80 ‚ 90 years.
Name :  embroidery Hunza Caps
Category : Antique
Origins :  Gilgit-Baltistan
Ethnic Group : Hunza and Wakhi people
Techniques : Embroidered
Material : 20 % Cotton, 80 % Silk

The offered antique headdress is original old and antique, handcrafted, sometimes very intricately crafted nomads - textiles from Gilgit-Baltistan Region. After years of use before the tribes there is, of course, the spots may be in the pieces may be missing small parts, the embroidery can be damaged or discolored, or be repaired.

Buyer will receive exact item pictured! Please look at the images carefully before purchasing!
*** Actual item may differ slightly than the image due to image quality, lightening, Contrasts, resolutions and other factors. However, in most cases actual items look better than the images.

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antik Seide handgestickte Hunza and Wakhi volks kopfbdekung aus Gilgit-Baltistan Region Pakistan  .

antik und originale Kopfbedeckung aus Gilgit-Baltistan Region . Seidenstickerei auf Baumwolle,
In diesen Stickereien drücken die Frauen ihr ganzes künstlerisches Gestalten und handwerkliches Können. Oft hat man den Eindruck, sie sticken auf die Kleidung ein wenig ihre Welt.

Höhe 7 cm cm Durchmesser 17 cm

Material: 20 % Baumwolle, 80 % Seide

Bei dem hier angebotenen Kopfbedekung handelt es sich um original alten und Antiken, in Handarbeit hergestellten, teilweise sehr filigran gearbeiteten Textilien aus Hunza and Wakhi volk aus Pakistan. Nach Jahren des Nutzung vor den Stämmen ist es natürlich, das Flecken in den Stücken sein können, kleine Teile fehlen können, die Stickerei kann beschädigt oder verfärbt sein, oder repariert sein.
*Aufgrund der Fotografie und Handarbeiten können möglicherweise Farbabweichungen auftreten.
*Dekoration gehört nicht zum Angebot.
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