Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 16, 1905.djvu/73

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Some Notes on the Huculs. 55

PLATE VI.

1. Heel ornaments (?).

2. Purse made of leather and ornamented with thimbles.

3. Pipe, cleaner, and steel.

4. Man's cross of brass.

5. Powder horn.

6. Powder flask and strap.

7. Man's needle-box, worn in full-dress and attached to the broad

belt, in which knives, etc, are placed.

8. Knife and steel in brass sheath.

9. Knife.

10. Riding-whip and stick.

11. Knife, the handle of which is inlaid with beads.

M. L. Hodgson.