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Artificial fur kabalakh with golden carvings

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Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

Beige “kabalakh” with black lace

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Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

230.00 8% Off

Blue kabalakh with Pshauri ornaments and gems

Highlights:

Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

Brown faux fur Kabalakhi with laces and gems

Highlights:

Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

Burgundy kabalakh with lace, gold ornaments and ornaments

Highlights:

Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

Burgundy Kabalakh with white lace

Highlights:

Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

Green kabalakh with white lace and gold ornaments

Highlights:

Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

Purple kabalakh with white lace

Highlights:

Kabalakhi – has been an integral part of Georgian traditional clothing since ancient times. It is a headscarf that is still actively used in Georgian choreography. Kabalakhi
Made of different shapes, sizes and fabrics. It is one of the expressions of Georgian history and traditions.

Kabalakhi – is a men’s and women’s headscarf in western Georgia. There are two types of kabalakh – long and short. Made of wool, silk and other fabrics. There are many ways to tie a kabalakh, and none of them are considered canonical.

230.00 8% Off
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