Lace of Russia. Vologda lace
|Plaukta cena||15,69 €|
|Kategorija:||Mākslas un kultūras vēsture|
Vologda has always been one of the main centres of Russian lace tatting, and in the 19th century it became the most famous one. It was that time when lace-makers began to lace patterns in the form of wonderful stars and snowflakes. Vologda lace reminds of hoarfrost on winter glass, which will disappear under the first rays of the March sun. It looks like a thin spider line, which will be torn by a waft of wind. They are like symbols of something innocent and momentary. Like a madonna lily, Vologda lace could become a symbol of innocence.
Dienvidkurzemes adītās jakas
Mūsu dižā senatne