Magerka (wool) (Магерка (сукно)) M5-009-G
Magerka was made of velvet or cloth and a feather was pinned to it. In the 17th century, the magerka was the headdress of noble people, but later ordinary people began to wear it, replacing velvet or cloth with felt.
They wore this headdress on the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Commonwealth, in the North-Western Territory of the Russian Empire. In our area, the peasants called this headdress “mavgerka” or “margelka”.
In the 16th and 17th centuries, during the time of Stefan Batory, it became widespread in Poland as the main winter headdress for military personnel. Magerka was often used by the Polish winged hussars.
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