Tablecloth/Centerpiece Romanian Point Lace technique - created by basting crochet braid on a fabric pattern and by adding different types of needle embroidery and bridges to fill the area between cords.
The Queen - Tablecloth/Centerpiece Romanian Point Lace technique - created by basting crochet braid on a fabric pattern and by adding different types of needle embroidery and bridges to fill the area between cords.
Romanian costume Oltenia White fabric waistcoat called vestă made of aba and decorated with black braid (şabace) , forms part of portul schileresc, which became fashionable in late 19th century. Striped brâu (fabric belt). Photo taken at Astra Museum, Sibiu, August 1998
Romanian Women's costume from county of Făgăraş Black front and back aprons (catrinţe) made of a single width of black felted material. They have two rows of embroidery in black silk on the lower part, and an edging in black openwork with a row of crochet black lace on the sides and the front apron has a fringe made of black silk thread on the hem. White linen underskirt (poale) Narrow fabric belt (brâu) woven with strips of red and yellow.
This is an antique traditional Romanian woven wool carpet / rug with floral pattern . Absolutely stunning and vivid colours . Hand woven in Transylvania years ago . Hand woven with wool on cotton thread foundation .
Eggart in Romania include the grounds of the Romanian traditional fabrics, with the whole content of sacred signs. According to the Romanian folklore scholar and ethnographer Artur Gorovei, in a study in 1937 of the symbolist painted eggs in Bucovina, “they contained 291 signs”. (from the text "Bucovina - painted Easter Eggs"). In Romania, painted eggs are still made in the traditional basket (cosarca) who is consacred in the Church of the Resurrection in the night.