Wedding crowns in Scandinavia were worn by brides of all social strata. They were owned by the bride's parish and loaned for the occasion. Wedding crowns were richly decorated with emblems of conjugal love: this example includes carnations, associated with enduring marriage because their fragrance outlasts their blossoms, dangling linden leaves, which represent fertility in Nordic literature, and angels, Christian figures that allude to the eternal and spiritual qualities of marriage…

Wedding crowns in Scandinavia were worn by brides of all social strata. They were owned by the bride's parish and loaned for the occasaion. Wedding crowns were richly decorated with emblems of conjugal love.

National dress(bunad) from Norway. This one is called "beltestakk" :-)

National dress(bunad) from Norway. This one is called "beltestakk" :-) If I could choose a Bunad from wherever (you should always buy one who is connected to where you or your family comes from) I would totally buy this!

Hardangersøm

Norsk Hardanger Embroidery on the cuff of a Bunad Blouse / Folklore Fashion –…

Beltestakk

Beltestakk fra Øst-Telemark - I love the unique rose motif and all the vibrant reds!

Norwegian bunad from Vestfold

Female bunad (Norwegian folk costume) from Vestfold, Norway.

Norwegian beltestakk

Would be neat to wear this as a winter dress or costume, Norwegian beltestakk

One of my dream bunads - the Beltestakk from Bø, Øst-Telemark. Made by BunadRosen in Norway.

Telemark Bunad, Beltestakk

"Beltestakk" from Øst-Telemark, Telemark, Norway. This bunad have many variations. You have a lot of different choices in this buand and almost no one have the excact same model

Beltestakk from East Telemark…

Large Auction of a folk artist's life's work - Magazine Costume from Bunad Magazine article on auction in Norway

Telemark, beltestakk

Norwegian bunad from Telemark

Heimen Husflid, sølje

Heimen Husflid, sølje

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