This formal man's caftan is called a terlik. This is one of only four in
existence today. In the 17th century, during solemn occasions, the czar was
accompanied by bodyguards, each dressed in a terlik and carrying an ax. Now,
continue through the doorway into the next room.
Standing on Ceremony
Featured item: Formal Caftan:
While browsing the actual gallery you also would find:
- A covered goblet
- A table centerpiece of a warrior on horseback
- Loving cups
- A boot made of dark red velvet
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