tablecloth

Tablecloth, masă pe culme. Oblong shape. Composed of two straight pieces of material joined together in the centre. Coloured stripes against the white background at both ends. Stripes edged with designs picked in the loom and geometrical designs picked by healds are inserted between the stripes. (Homespun hemp threads, purchased white cotton). Length 1450mm, width 1030mm.

Designs of old tradition and typical of the District of fagaras. Commonly used in this region.

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