HALLINGBUNAD / FESTBUNAD HALLINGDAL
En perle til salgs. En festbunad med mye tilbehør. Str 40/42 Mønster AnneTrillhus Stakk m/forkle i ulldamsk Skjorte m/broderier Cape Veske m/sølvlås (brodert) Pompadur (brodert) Tynt sjal (sort) Lue (brodert) Bunadsko ste 38 Komplett bunadsølv Hel lengde ; 143cm Omkrets øverste blomsterbord over bryst ; ca 100 cm Skulderband; 28 cm Utrolig fin og velholdt.
Bunad and Rosemaling embroidery of Hallingdal, Buskerud, Norway
Hello all, I am sorry that I have not posted in a while, but sometimes things get in the way. It occurred to me during my last post that there are entire nations which I have not yet addressed, and I thought I should remedy this. I noticed in particular that I have not yet written anything about Scandinavia. I suppose I should mention that there is somewhat of a controversy as to what 'Scandinavia' includes, the most restrictive definition would include only Sweden and Norway; most people…
Overview of Norwegian Costumes, part 2. The eastern heartland
Hello all, This is the second part of my overview of the costumes of Norway. This will cover the central row of provinces in Eastern Norway, the yellow and orange ones on the map below, minus the ones I covered in the first article. This includes the provinces of Oppland, Buskerud, Telemark, and East and West Agder. All of these have at least some areas in which folk costumes were a living tradition or within living memory at the beginning of the 20th cent. The National Bunad Council Bunad…
Sarafan-like costumes of Europe
Hello all, The Sarafan has become one of the symbols of Russia. In spite of the fact that the garment is only a couple hundred years old, It has permeated from its point of origin in the extreme northwest of the country to be found in many parts of that country. In fact, it is likely that the sarafan originated from the traditional costumes of the Finnic peoples around the area of Olonets, Arkhangelsk and vicinity, many of whom have been fully assimilated by the Russian people at this point…
Hallingbunad sydd av Anne Bakka (1834-1904) Gol
Anne Bakka (1834-1904) Gol. Hun var mor til Anne Lybekk. Denne bunaden broderte Anne Bakka til Birgit Halvorsdatter Rudningen (1841-1913). Hun var gift med Knut Tomasson Smedsgarden (1841-1931). Anne Lybekk broderi til venstre og Anne Bakka broderi til høyre.