Ethnological Treasure

Title::Ethnological Treasure
Date of Issue:02.12.2016.
Author:Bozidar Dosenovic
Type edition:commemorative
Printing techniques:multicolour offset
Sheet:20+5
Paper:muflep 100g
Printing House:Forum, Novi Sad

SHEET  CANCELLATION

Motive:vunicarka
Catalogue no.:708
Perforation:13 3/4
Face value:0,90 BAM
Quantity:15 000

Motive:distaff
Catalogue no.:707
Perforation:13 3/4
Face value:0,90 BAM
Quantity:15 000

Motive:hip flask
Catalogue no.:705
Perforation:13 3/4
Face value:0,90 BAM
Quantity:15 000

Motive:shepherd's cup
Catalogue no.:706
Perforation:13 3/4
Face value:0,90 BAM
Quantity:15 000

In today's era of industrial development and serial development of a large number of these cases, the unjustly forgotten is art of handicrafts that for the human race has always been precious, mysterious and had great significance. Designing and decorating objects of wood, embroidery on fabric and crochet, represent primaeval skill of our people.

Shepperds - farmers and older people in the villages of north-western Bosnia, made a variety of utilitarian objects of maple, beech, fir, linden and yew tree. They used a simple tool: an ax, a knife, a chisel and Zumba for decorating.

Women adorned with embroidery garments, then towels, linens, curtains and everything else that was produced from textiles in domestic industries.

From a thin cotton thread, women from Krajina were making the original copies of crochet artifacts, different shapes and motifs.

For its beauty and diversity, many decorated with art objects reach a climax, a man created them thanks to good nerves, patience and perfect the art of hand, with the knowledge and talent.

 

VUNICARKA  The wooden object is richly ornamented and decorated, usually made by shepherds who have had enough time while taking care of animals. Vunicarka consists of several notches serving to every wound thread or wool, for each notch rolled up the other color yarn. From the word wool was made the word vunicarka. As on other wooden objects vunicarka also show a great creative talent of our farmers.

DISTAFF - is certainly the most important instrument in the domestic textile industry, because it was necessary to draw a thread after thread and wound onto the spindle. Distaff is usually put below the waist or under the armpits, and his left hand twisted fiber and between the toes curling in the thread and wound onto the spindle, spinning him constantly between the fingers of his right hand.

 

Author: MA Bozidar Dosenovic

Publisher: Poste Srpske a.d. Banjaluka

Cooperation: Museum of Republic of Srpska, museum consultant - ethnologist Vladimir Djukanovic

In today's era of industrial development and serial development of a large number of these cases, the unjustly forgotten is art of handicrafts that for the human race has always been precious, mysterious and had great significance. Designing and decorating objects of wood, embroidery on fabric and crochet, represent primaeval skill of our people.

Shepperds - farmers and older people in the villages of north-western Bosnia, made a variety of utilitarian objects of maple, beech, fir, linden and yew tree. They used a simple tool: an ax, a knife, a chisel and Zumba for decorating.

Women adorned with embroidery garments, then towels, linens, curtains and everything else that was produced from textiles in domestic industries.

From a thin cotton thread, women from Krajina were making the original copies of crochet artifacts, different shapes and motifs.

For its beauty and diversity, many decorated with art objects reach a climax, a man created them thanks to good nerves, patience and perfect the art of hand, with the knowledge and talent.

 

HIP FLASK - is a wooden flask to carry brandy, it is the Serbian people used in ceremonial occasions, and is commonly used when calling the wedding guests and the wedding itself. It consists of the body, brass hoops, cervix, the cap and belt. The most important part of the body is flat, which consists of wooden drums (the rims), two side panels (bottoms) and a brass rim. Some of hip flask at the lower end have four legs, attached to a metal hoop, so it can stand.

 

SHEPHERD'S CUP wooden cup flattened oval. The most common were made of yew, walnut or maple wood. They are called shepherd's glasses, because the shepherds, who had plenty of free time these glasses created in rich carving and decorating patterns. Oval and flattened shape of these glasses had its reason, shepherds were often carried with them in his belt, but also from the dents in the stone (stones) which were very narrow, with these glasses took rainwater.

 

Author: MA Bozidar Dosenovic

Publisher: Poste Srpske a.d. Banjaluka

Cooperation: Museum of Republic of Srpska, museum consultant - ethnologist Vladimir Djukanovic

Scroll to top
X
ENG