crockery rack; furniture

Crockery rack (hanging). Long shaped, with bar for holding earthenware and a number of nails for hanging crockery. Hand painted floral designs. Length: 373 cm.

Piece of furniture commonly used in the past, when all houses were decorated with pottery. Today, these crockery stands are used hadly at all. Painted designs show foreign influnece, due to the mixed Romanian-Saxon population of Transylvania.

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