오목누비저고리를 비롯해 김해자 장인이 만든 각종 누비 한복들. korean quilted clothes,

오목누비저고리를 비롯해 김해자 장인이 만든 각종 누비 한복들. korean quilted clothes,

Clothing masterpieces-INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

Clothing masterpieces-INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

한국적인 색감으로 염색한 조끼

한국적인 색감으로 염색한 조끼

뉴욕필진ㅡ누비장 김해자

뉴욕필진ㅡ누비장 김해자

겨울한복#누비#바느질풍경 #김복희 #sewinglandscape

겨울한복#누비#바느질풍경 #김복희 #sewinglandscape

정성과 집념의 산물 손누비… 세계에 한국의 美 전하겠다 | 경주신문

정성과 집념의 산물 손누비… 세계에 한국의 美 전하겠다 | 경주신문

누비장은 누비옷을 만드는 장인이다. 누비는 옷감의 보온과 보강을 위해 겉감과 안감 사이에 솜, 털, 종이 등을 넣거나 또는 아무것도 넣지 않고 홈질해 만든 옷을 말한다.

누비장은 누비옷을 만드는 장인이다. 누비는 옷감의 보온과 보강을 위해 겉감과 안감 사이에 솜, 털, 종이 등을 넣거나 또는 아무것도 넣지 않고 홈질해 만든 옷을 말한다.

Dang-ui (당의, 唐衣), knee-length jacket, open at the sides, for court-wear. Silk brocade fabric with purple breast ties. From the reign of King Seonjo (ruled 1567-1608). Important Folklore Material 57. It is decorated with the characters for 'long life', 'happiness' and the patterns of the seven treasures, pomegranates peonies on a light brown ground.

Dang-ui (당의, 唐衣), knee-length jacket, open at the sides, for court-wear. Silk brocade fabric with purple breast ties. From the reign of King Seonjo (ruled 1567-1608). Important Folklore Material 57. It is decorated with the characters for 'long life', 'happiness' and the patterns of the seven treasures, pomegranates peonies on a light brown ground.

A jangot (장옷) is a jacket-shaped veil used by women. According to the CHA, it "has a mulberry-paper lining between the inner and outer layers.... The inner and outer collars are wide, and no collar strip (dongjeong) was found.... The coat is fastened in the chest with ribbons.... [the] positions of the ribbon-ties... indicate that... the coat was actually worn rather than wrapped around the face like a hood." 16/17th century. Important Folklore Material 21-8

A jangot (장옷) is a jacket-shaped veil used by women. According to the CHA, it "has a mulberry-paper lining between the inner and outer layers.... The inner and outer collars are wide, and no collar strip (dongjeong) was found.... The coat is fastened in the chest with ribbons.... [the] positions of the ribbon-ties... indicate that... the coat was actually worn rather than wrapped around the face like a hood." 16/17th century. Important Folklore Material 21-8

Jangot (overcoat), early 17th C.

Jangot (overcoat), early 17th C.

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