From Gyimes.

Hungarian folk wear From Gyimes, Transylvania.

Laubigheftel aus Kronstadt von 1670-1680, 12,5 cm Durchmesser

Laubigheftel aus Kronstadt von 1670-1680, 12,5 cm Durchmesser

Jug from Beszterce (Bistritz, Bistrița), Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania, ca. 1800. © 2013 Auktionshaus Dr. Jürgen Fischer GmbH & Co. KG, Heilbronn

Jug from Beszterce (Bistritz, Bistrița), Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania, ca. Jürgen Fischer GmbH & Co. KG, Heilbronn

Saxon pitcher from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania, Kolozsvár (Klausenburg, Cluj-Napoca).

Saxon pitcher from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania, Kolozsvár (Klausenburg, Cluj-Napoca).

Hungarian pitcher from Zilah (Zillenmarkt, Zalău), Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary, 1864. Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania, Kolozsvár (Klausenburg, Cluj-Napoca).

Hungarian pitcher from Zilah (Zillenmarkt, Zalău), Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary, 1864. Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania, Kolozsvár (Klausenburg, Cluj-Napoca).

Saxon pitcher from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania, Kolozsvár (Klausenburg, Cluj-Napoca).

Saxon pitcher from Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania, Kolozsvár (Klausenburg, Cluj-Napoca).

Hungarian jug from Kézdivásárhely/Sekler-Neumarkt/Târgu Secuiesc, Transylvania (Szeklerland). Museum of Ethnography, Budapest (NM 133552)

Hungarian jug from Kézdivásárhely/Sekler-Neumarkt/Târgu Secuiesc, Transylvania (Szeklerland). Museum of Ethnography, Budapest (NM

Hungarian (Szekler) bottle, 1885. Székelykeresztúr, Szeklerland, Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Transylvanian Museum, Gundelsheim, Germany.

Hungarian (Szekler) bottle, 1885. Székelykeresztúr, Szeklerland, Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary. Transylvanian Museum, Gundelsheim, Germany.

Plate from Beszterce (Bistritz, Bistrita), Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary, 18th century. Glazed ceramic, sgraffito decoration, 26 cm. Nagyhazi Auction.

Plate from Beszterce (Bistritz, Bistrita), Transylvania, Kingdom of Hungary, 18th century. Glazed ceramic, sgraffito decoration, 26 cm. Nagyhazi Auction.

Szekler rug from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania.  Museum of Ethnography, Budapest, Hungary.  Women, Hand-Woven Rugs, Home Industry Exhibition 24 June 2011. - 26 August 2012.

Szekler rug from Kingdom of Hungary / Transylvania. Museum of Ethnography, Budapest, Hungary. Women, Hand-Woven Rugs, Home Industry Exhibition 24 June - 26 August

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