Bronze mortar from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania. Brukenthal Museum (Hermannstadt / Nagyszeben / Sibiu), Transylvania.

Bronze mortar from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania

'Saxon Blue' from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Private collection, Hungary.

'Saxon Blue' from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary.

Interior with Transylvanian and Hungarian antique folk objects. Nagyhazi Gallery, Budapest, Hungary.

Interior with Transylvanian and Hungarian antique folk objects.

Hungarian plate from Zilah, Transylvania, 19th century. Private collection, Hungary. Zilah is the seat of Sălaj County, Transylvania. According to the 1910 census it has a population of 8,062 of which 7,477 are Hungarian (19 Germans, 529 Romanians and 23 belonging to other ethnic groups). After the 1920 Trianon Robbery it became part of Romania. Dictatorially, without a referendum. Ro-Mania denies the Hungarians fundamental human rights since then.

Hungarian plate from Zilah, Transylvania, century.

Kálnoky Guesthouse, Transylvania.

Kálnoky Guesthouse, Transylvania.

Hungarian pitcher from Kézdivásárhely (Sekler-Neumarkt, Neoforum Siculorum, Târgu Secuiesc), Transylvania, Szeklerland, Kingdom of Hungary, circa 1840. Nagyhazi Gallery auction.

Hungarian pitcher from Kézdivásárhely (Sekler-Neumarkt, Neoforum Siculorum, Târgu Secuiesc), Transylvania, Szeklerland, Kingdom of Hungary, circa 1840. Nagyhazi Gallery auction.

Tile from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania, 1665. Museum of Ethnography, Budapest (NM 41822)

Tile from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania, Museum of Ethnography, Budapest (NM

Hungarian glazed ceramic pitcher with "Tree of Life" from Torda/Thorenburg/Turda, Transylvania. Private collection, Hungary.

Hungarian glazed ceramic pitcher with "Tree of Life" from Torda/Thorenburg/Turda, Transylvania.

Hungarian (Szekler) bottle, 1885. Székelykeresztúr, Szeklerland, Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Transylvanian Museum, Gundelsheim, Germany.

Szekler bottle 1 by folkcoll on DeviantArt


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