18th century Romanian Dish at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "It is believed that potters from the western, Hungarian, part of the kingdom had settled in the region in the 17th century bringing their technique of slipware decoration. Combining this technique with a sombre palette of blue on white, perhaps in imitation of the decoration on Rhineland stoneware, they produced a distinctive pottery form characteristic of Tara Barsei."

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Plate from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania (Barcaság, Burzenland, Țara Bârsei), ca. Victoria & Albert Museum - London Images may be reproduced only with written permission of V Images, vaimages 207 942 2479

Romania Pottery:Banat, Crisana, Oas, Maramures, Salaj, Cluj

Romania Pottery:Banat, Crisana, Oas, Maramures, Salaj, Cluj

The Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania-Cluj Napoca

The Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania-Cluj Napoca

Hungarian wine jar from Torda/Thorenburg/Turda, Transylvania. Private collection, Hungary.

Hungarian wine jar from Torda/Thorenburg/Turda, Transylvania.

Tile from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania. Museum of Ethnography, Budapest (NM 101272)

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

Tile stove replica in Lazarea, Transylvania

Tile stove replica in Lazarea, Transylvania

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fridge magnets inspired by 19th century Romanian pottery Etsy http://www.etsy.com/listing/79415975/romanian-traditional-motivesmagnets-01?ref=hp_tt_yt

refrigerator magnets support is air drying clay (Das). 4 cm diameter and thickness mm motifs are taken from the century Romanian pottery heritage treasure the technyque of painting is tempera and varnished whith natural resine

Cultura săsească, celebrată într-o expoziţie dedicată la Muzeul Ţăranului Român | Arhitectura 1906

Cultura săsească, celebrată într-o expoziţie dedicată la Muzeul Ţăranului Român | Arhitectura 1906

Tree of Life/Hungarian glazed ceramic pitcher from Torda (Turda,Thorenburg),Transylvania.The 1558 Diet of Turda declared free practice of both the Catholic and Lutheran religions. In 1568 the Diet it extended freedom to all religions, declaring that "It is not allowed to anybody to intimidate anybody with captivity or expelling for his religion" –a freedom unusual in medieval Europe.This Edict of Hungarian Kingdom is the first attempt at legislating general religious freedom in Christian…

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

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