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platok-10077-vid-13

platok-10077-vid-13

1,650 ₽

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platok-10115-vid-12

platok-10115-vid-12

1,570 ₽

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platok-10128-vid-2

platok-10128-vid-2

770 ₽

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platok-10341-vid-9

platok-10341-vid-9

400 ₽

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platok-10546-vid-1

platok-10546-vid-1

450 ₽

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platok-10547-vid-2

platok-10547-vid-2

400 ₽

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platok-10876-vid

platok-10876-vid

1,530 ₽

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platok10069

platok10069

770 ₽

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platok10071

platok10071

770 ₽

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platok10076

platok10076

1,650 ₽

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platok10146

platok10146

770 ₽

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platok10175

platok10175

1,570 ₽

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platok10183

platok10183

1,650 ₽

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platok10196

platok10196

1,650 ₽

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Bolero "Black"

Bolero "Black"

3,990 ₽

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Bolero "Blue"

Bolero "Blue"

3,990 ₽

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Bolero "Brown"

Bolero "Brown"

3,990 ₽

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Bolero "Dark gray"

Bolero "Dark gray"

3,990 ₽

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Initially, the factory was mastered by a well-to-do peasant Semen Labzin. In the 50s of the 19th century, his grandson Yakov Ivanovich and his companion Vasily Gryaznov resumed mass production of Pavlovsky shawls at an inherited factory. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Association of Manufactures of J. Labzin and V. Gryaznov became the largest factory for the production of woolen scarves and shawls in Russia. In 2006, the factory was awarded the Order of Glory to Russia for outstanding achievements in the preservation and development of the national traditions of the national decorative and applied arts. Initially, the factory was mastered by a well-to-do peasant Semen Labzin. In the 50s of the 19th century, his grandson Yakov Ivanovich and his companion Vasily Gryaznov resumed mass production of Pavlovsky shawls at an inherited factory. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Association of Manufactures of J. Labzin and V. Gryaznov became the largest factory for the production of woolen scarves and shawls in Russia. In 2006, the factory was awarded the Order of Glory to Russia for outstanding achievements in the preservation and development of the national traditions of the national decorative and applied arts.

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