This costume has been worn since the beginning of the 19th century by peasants from the lands of Mazovia, city called Łęczyca, located in the east-central Poland. It is one of the best known Polish folk costume, but also one of the most modified.
Łęczyca male folk dress customarily includes: a white shirt with embroidered collar and cuffs, colorful coat – „lejbik“ and characteristic white pants. The whole costume is completed with a felt hat decorated with sequins and beads, a woollen belt and knee-high leather boots. This handmade glass boy brings memories about the traditional costume and the embroidery from the Mazovia region. It belongs to the Bombkarnia author’s collection.
Size: ~14 cm
Glass bauble made in Poland.