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Traditional Patterned Coasters of South Moravia

Updated at 2024-02-28

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Indigo dyeing was widespread in Central and Eastern European countries during the 18th and 19th centuries. The technique was included as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2018. Traditional patterns are printed onto fabric using handmade wooden molds during dyeing. A dye-resistant paste is applied to the portions that should remain unstained. Indigo-dyed apparel was one of the fashions of aristocrats, and it later became popular among the general population. The coasters in the picture feature indigo-dyed patterns, showcasing the rural charm of Moravia.

Details

Name
Traditional Patterned Coasters of South Moravia
Giver
Brno City Government
Friendly States
Czech Republic
City
Brno

Alliance Date: March 27, 2023
Language: Czech
Area: 230.2 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 379,000 people (2023 World Population Review)
Main Industries/Features: Brno is the second-largest city in the Czech Republic. It is an important industrial city and the railway hub of the country.

Size
L10cm W10cm H0.5cm
Category
Ceramics
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