Women’s head-dress of linen. Edged in front with white lace. — From 1750—1850.
Swedish costumes of the country people from Dalarna, Leksand, Mora, Skåne. Bride and groom from Hitterdalen in Norway.
The Swedish farmhouse, the so-called Ryggastuga, is a small, simple dwelling house with a grass roof. Interior and household goods.
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Peasant art of the Sámi people. Embroidered reindeer harness. Drinking ladles. Knives and Flasks. Carved reindeer-horn bag-locks. Carved Match boxes and clasps. Needle cases.
Young girl from Reykjavik, Island in festive dress. Farmer and girl in Sunday state from Dalarna County, Sweden. Young woman in summer costume from the Swedish province of Bleking. Family in Sunday state from the Parish of Leksand, Dalarna, Sweden. Winter coat of sheepskin from the Swedish Sudermanland.
Historic costumes from Hardanger, Norway 1888.
A Mountaineer. Traditional Norway costume in 1896.
A Lapp boy. Norway 1896.
Hardanger costume. Norway 1896.
A Mower maid from Norway 1896. Norwegian “Maud Müller”.