Numedal, Norway

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Magasin for Bunad og Folkedrakt | Bunad Magasinet

Nordens eneste spesialmagasin om bunader og folkedrakter. Bli inspirert og lær om bunad og folkedrakt fra hele Norden.

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Magasin for Bunad og Folkedrakt | Bunad Magasinet

Nordens eneste spesialmagasin om bunader og folkedrakter. Bli inspirert og lær om bunad og folkedrakt fra hele Norden.

 Sigdalsbunad, a traditional folk Norwegian folk dress from valley of Sigdal in Buskerud. Black leather boots 'bunadssko' from Klaveness. Norway Culture, Folk Costume, Costumes, Black Leather Boots, Oslo, Traditional Dresses, Scandinavian, Sewing, Link
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Confirmation in Norway – from childhood to adulthood

The Norwegian confirmation is an important event, marking the transition from childhood to adulthood. It is also arguably one of the most important days in a Norwegians life. Confirmation is often considered a Christian transition ceremony. In Norway it also is a known as a ritual when it comes to entering adulthood. In the olden days you could start an adult life with privileges like moving from your childhood home, get a job and also drink alcohol. In Norway a Christian confirmation was…

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Overview of Norwegian Costumes, part The eastern heartland Norwegian Clothing, Rosemaling Pattern, Farm Fashion, Costumes Around The World, Frozen Costume, Traditional Fashion, Folk Costume, Summer Outfits Women, Norway
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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…

Digitalt Museum - Postkort, jente i brudedrakt fra Numedal. Folk Costume, Costumes, Costume Dress, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Old Photography, Bridal Crown, Antique Clothing, Traditional Outfits
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Postkort, jente i brudedrakt fra Numedal.

Norsk Folkemuseum

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Hallingdal Museum

Traditional Norwegian folk costumes - Page 3 Folk Fashion, Ethnic Fashion, Folklore, Norwegian Vikings, Folk Clothing, Bridal Crown, Folk Costume, People Of The World, Traditional Dresses
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Traditional Norwegian folk costumes - Page 3

The Bunad A bunad is a traditional Norwegian costume, typically of rural origin. Bunads are local to Norway's traditional districts, and the result both of cultural evolution and organized efforts to discover and modernize older designs. The designs are typically elaborate, with embroidery, scarves, shawls and hand-made silver or gold jewellery. There are bunads both for men and women, although women's bunads are more diverse and popular. Bunad traditions in Norway In Norway, it is

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Extant originals - European medieval, Uvdal dress End

Slik var klærne i middelalderen

Folks hverdagsklær i middelalderen hadde få likhetstrekk med klærne vi kjenner fra religiøs kunst. Kjortlene folk bar var av andre typer, viser funn av virkelige klær.

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Tid for julegaver Bunadvanter i hekleteknikk

Bunadvanter med mønster fra Numedal. Heklet i en spesiell teknikk. Ikke brukt. Sender + porto.

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Overview of Norwegian Costumes, part The eastern heartland Folk Costume, Costumes, Norwegian Clothing, Heartland, Norway, The Row, Two By Two, Embroidery, Oslo
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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…

Norsk Folkemuseum - Photographer Faksvaag, Jon-Erik Norway, Winter, Fashion, Winter Time, Moda, Fashion Styles, Fasion
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Fire hodeplagg fra garden Kveta i øvre Numedal

Øverst i Numedal – nærmere bestemt i Uvdal – ligger Kveta-gardene. På en av disse bodde det midt på 1800-tallet en bonde ved navn Gisle Gregarsson. I nabobygda Tinn var han kjent som «ein bause mann»: En gang kom han inn på en av gardene der hvor de hadde en nyfødt gutt. Gutten var ikke døpt ennå, og Gisle la en 20-daler på bordet og sa at om de ville kalle gutten Gisle, så var daleren deres. «Og slik vart det,» skriver lokalhistorikeren Kåre Sønsterud. «Guten fekk namnet Gisle.» Gisle fikk…