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 handcrafted pottery plates and jugs exposed at a pottery fair from Sibiu. Similar to Hungarian pottery.

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

Dish

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

Traditional Ceramic pottery at Horezu, Romania. These would go great with your souvenir collection.

Traditional Ceramic pottery at Horezu, Romania. These would go great with your souvenir collection.

Traditional Romanian Art

The photo was taken during the annual pottery fair in Sibiu at the begining of each September

Magyar népi díszítések - Festett mázas korondi edények - Székelyföld - Erdély

Magyar népi díszítések - Festett mázas korondi edények - Székelyföld - Erdély

Roemeense traditionele aardewerk in het dorp Corund, Transsylvanië Stockfoto - 13850095

Romanian traditional pottery in the village Corund, Transylvania

ceramic pitcher from Corund/Korond, Transylvania

ceramic pitcher from Corund/Korond, Transylvania

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