Bukovina. Embroidery and Carpets.

Embroidery, Carpets, design, Hungary, Charles HolmeBukovina. Embroidery and Carpets, 19th c.

from the collection of Prof. Erich Kolbenhyer.


Examples of Embroidery. Portion of an Old Carpet.

Source: Peasant art in Austria and Hungary edited Charles Holme (1848-1923). Published 1911.

Note:  Gallic fabrics and embroideries. Merovingian fashion.

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