Hungarian passaments from Kalotaszeg, Romania


Kalotaszeg is a region inhibited by Hungarians in the northwestern area of Transilvania, Rumania. It is well known for their richely decorated traditional clothing having famous admirers among them the component Belá Bartók, whose exhibition can be visited at the ethnological museum in Budapest.

This glass pearl necklace is a part of the pearl crown, which is worn by young girls as a part of the festive costume from the Hungarian Kalotaszeg in Transylvania. The necklace dates back to the middle of the 20th century and is mainly made of silk threads and Bohemian glass pearls.

The necklace is 3,10 m long, The parts decorated with pearls, which are photographed here, are each 90 cm long at the front and rear ends.

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