Høgkrågå-vott. Norwegian knitted and embroidered gloves from 1939.The site has several lovely mittens, gloves and cuff. Search for "vott" or "håndplagg"

From another pinner: Høgkrågå-vott. Norwegian knitted and embroidered gloves from The site has several lovley mittens, gloves and cuff. Search for "vott" or "håndplagg"

Detail from the first version of bunad from Gudbrandsdalen, Norway

The original "Gudbrandsdalen festbunad" from Gudbrandsdalen, Oppland, Norway

Bunad from Aust- Agder

Amli Bunad – Part 1

Bunad from Aust-Agder, Norway, Sorlandet area

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Traditional Norwegian Bunad from Sigdal / Krødsherad. This is the one our daughter will be receiving for her 'konfirmasjon' in a years time, when she's 14 years old.

The man is wearing a bunad from Valdres. The top hat is to mark the occasion. The woman is wearing a bunad from Nord-Tröndelag, a style that was used in the beginning of the 19th century.

The man is wearing a bunad from Valdres,Norway The top hat is to mark the occasion. The woman is wearing a bunad from Nord-Tröndelag, Norway,a style that was used in the beginning of the century.

Sølv from the Trondheim region

Sølv (Silver) from the Trondheim region, Norway

Valdres, Ingeborg's village

Text and photo Laila Duran © The “Old Valdres Bunad” is one of the first embroidered bunads designed in The motif was copied from a bonnet dated the middle of the century.

Norwegian "bunad" is a costume representing different areas in Norway. Each area has its own uniquel costumes with different patterns and colors.

Norwegian "bunad" is a costume representing different areas in Norway. Each area has its special costumes with different patterns and colors. I guess I should have one from my home region, Buskerud.

Boots for a bunad

Snørestøvel - Traditional boots worn with a winter bunad.

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