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Anne Groven, f.1895, viser her som 70-åring hvordan hun vipper opp håret. Hun gikk tradisjonelt kledd i stakk og liv så lenge hun levde. (Foto: Aagot Noss/Norsk Folkemuseum.)Anne Groven, f.1895, shows here at the age of seventy how she flicks(?) up her hair. She wore traditionel clothes for as long as she lived. (Photo: Aagot Noss/Norwegian Folkmuseum.)

Anne Groven, f.1895, viser her som 70-åring hvordan hun vipper opp håret. Hun gikk tradisjonelt kledd i stakk og liv så lenge hun levde. (Foto: Aagot Noss/Norsk Folkemuseum.)Anne Groven, f.1895, shows here at the age of seventy how she flicks(?) up her hair. She wore traditionel clothes for as long as she lived. (Photo: Aagot Noss/Norwegian Folkmuseum.)

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The Harding fiddle is common in Telemark, Numedal, Valdres, Setesdal, Hardanger and along the West of Norway to Sunnmøre Photo by Laila Durán. And we call it the Hardanger Fiddle. My father's fiddle was made in

Variant av beltestakk

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Beltestakk and Gråtrøje, Costumes of East Telemark, Norway part 1

Forkle @ DigitaltMuseum.no

DigitaltMuseum is a common database for Norwegian and Swedish museums and collections.

Head Pieces, Folk Costume, Folklore, Aprons, Beautiful Things, Ethnic, Apron Designs, Apron

Stakk og liv frå Bø i Telemark

Stakk og liv frå Bø i Telemark

Kvinne i beltestakk rundt 1880

Kvinne i beltestakk rundt 1880

The bunad from Hardanger is a living tradition and has evolved from a folk costume. The different regions are indicated in the detailing on the costumes. This bunad has a green silk bodies and a black woolen skirt. The white apron has inlaid embroidery, which is known as Hardanger embroidery.  | Hardanger Folkemuseum, Utne in Norway

Hardanger bunad with a green silk and a black woolen skirt. The white apron has inlaid embroidery, which is known as Hardanger embroidery.

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Gråtrøje costume of East Telemark, Norway

FolkCostume&Embroidery: Beltestakk and Gråtrøje, Costumes of East Telemark, Norway part 1

Previous pinner: My two girls in beltestakk from Heddal,Telemark, Norway.

Previous pinner: My two girls in beltestakk from Heddal,Telemark, Norway.

The traditional folk costume of Norway, called Bunad. Nowadays, it is commonly worn on Norway’s Constitution day (May 17). The specifics of design may also vary, shown here is a couple from the Telemark region circa 1880-1890s.

People from eastern Telemark, ca. NORWAY: The traditional folk costume of Norway, called Bunad. Nowadays, it is commonly worn on Norway’s Constitution day (May The specifics of design may also vary, shown here is a couple from the Telemark region circa

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