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Traditional Romanian (per source site; identified by others as Hungarian) handcrafted pottery plates and jugs. / Share while teaching THE GOOD MASTER by Kate Seredy / For unique, hands-on activity ideas for great books, visit http://www.litwitsworkshops.com/litwits-kits. LitWits Kits make literature relevant and fun for kids!

Traditional Romanian (per source site; identified by others as Hungarian) handcrafted pottery plates and jugs. / Share while teaching THE GOOD MASTER by Kate Seredy / For unique, hands-on activity ideas for great books, visit http://www.litwitsworkshops.com/litwits-kits. LitWits Kits make literature relevant and fun for kids!

Rustic Romanian Pottery. Beautiful!

Rustic Romanian Pottery. Beautiful!

Ceramică de Corund. Cu motive florale sau zoomorfe şi cromatică de albastru-cobalt, verde sau maro, ceramica de Corund este decorată cu ajutorul unei peniţe formată dintr-un corn de vită şi o pană de gâscă, sau cu un vârf metalic ce dezvăluie prin zgâriere culoarea naturală a lutului. Se folosesc culori de pământ, astfel că albul rezultă din amestecul de var cu piatră albă de munte arsă şi pisată. Prelucrarea vasului se realizează pe roata olarului, într-un proces rapid pentru a nu se usca…

Ceramică de Corund. Cu motive florale sau zoomorfe şi cromatică de albastru-cobalt, verde sau maro, ceramica de Corund este decorată cu ajutorul unei peniţe formată dintr-un corn de vită şi o pană de gâscă, sau cu un vârf metalic ce dezvăluie prin zgâriere culoarea naturală a lutului. Se folosesc culori de pământ, astfel că albul rezultă din amestecul de var cu piatră albă de munte arsă şi pisată. Prelucrarea vasului se realizează pe roata olarului, într-un proces rapid pentru a nu se usca…

ceramic plate from Corund/Korond, Transylvania

ceramic plate from Corund/Korond, Transylvania

ceramic plate from Corund/Korond, Transylvania

ceramic plate from Corund/Korond, Transylvania

mestesuguri romanesti, romanian crafts

mestesuguri romanesti, romanian crafts

Romanian pottery

Romanian pottery

Horezu ceramics is a unique type of Romanian pottery that is traditionally produced by hand around the town of Horezu in northern Oltenia (Vâlcea County), close to the famous Horezu Monastery. It reflects many generations of knowledge and skills in the development of the pottery, which is why the craftsmanship of Horezu pottery was inscribed on UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists in December 2012.

Horezu ceramics is a unique type of Romanian pottery that is traditionally produced by hand around the town of Horezu in northern Oltenia (Vâlcea County), close to the famous Horezu Monastery. It reflects many generations of knowledge and skills in the development of the pottery, which is why the craftsmanship of Horezu pottery was inscribed on UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists in December 2012.

18th century Romanian Dish at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London -

Dish

18th century Romanian Dish at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London -

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