The wedding dress for the bride of prince of Jordan manufactured in Adygea

ADYGEIYA, September 8, Caucasus Times, – Prince Ali of Jordan has been long known for his passion for Circassian (Adyghe) culture and traditions. Prince Ali Ben al-Hussein asked a known Adyghe craftswoman Asiya Yeutykh to make a wedding dress for his bride.

After she completed the works, Asiya delivered it to Amman, where the wedding party goes on, through September 6 – 8. Caucasus Times correspondent quoted Asiya as saying the dress has turned out gorgeous and ethnical correct according to all Adyghe (Circassian) traditions, with the belt having at least 90 lions figures engraved on gilded silver plates, a fastener with a tiny dagger, the dress richly decorated with chest, shoulder ornamentation.

Back in 1998 the prince ordered Asiya to make a complete set of traditional Circassian weapons, including cavalry swords and daggers for him and for his 16 bodyguards. Prince Ali was said to be deeply touched by Asiya’s works.

Larisa Hakouz, Caucasus Times, Maykop

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