spoonholders; spoon stand

Spoon stand of maple wood. These decoratove patterns are generally called 'pene fnpistrite' (feathers). they are composed of 'coltisori' (teeth), 'gauri' (holes), for the spoons and 'scaun de lingurar' (spoon stand'. Geometrical designs. Composed of several pieces joined together by wooden nails. Typical of the north of the country, the Maramures area (Region of Baia Mare). Made in village workshop.

Typical of the North of the country, the Maramureş area (Region of Baia Mare).

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