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  • Szervető-buzsáki hearts O-neck T-shirt - black
  • + Szervető-buzsáki hearts Half-moon bag - black

Clothing set. For more information click on the name of the product in the details below.

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Szervető-buzsáki hearts O-neck T-shirt - black

material: 94% cotton 6% lycra

quality: I. class

made in Hungary

T-shirt size chart
cm XS S M L XL XXL
bust 78-82 82-87 88-93 94-97 98-102 102-110
waist 65-70 71-75 76-80 81-89 90-97 98-104
hip 78-82 82-89 90-97 98-103 104-110 111-116
lenght 55 57 60 67 68 69
EUR 36 38 40-42 42-44 44-46 46-48
UK 8-10 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 22-24

 

These nice flowers and symbols are traditional embroidery motifs of a small village of southwest Hungary, called Buzsák, where many nationalities live together and therefore very rich in folk culture. The village is more than 500 years old, with flourishing heritage of folklore, architectural traditions. After the Turkish Wars in Hungary (bw. 1526–1686) over Hungarians several Dalmatian, Illirian, Croatian families settled in the village and the traditions were synthesised.  Three types of traditional needleworks with blue, black, and red threads are popular. They can be seen in the Folklore Museum of the village.

Szervető-buzsáki hearts Half-moon bag - black

material: 65% cotton 35% PE

quality: I. class

made in Hungary

 

Bag size chart
height: 33 cm

width:

 

top: 38 cm
midst: 42 cm
bottom: ca. 30 cm 
strap maximum lenght:  ca. 145 cm

With a zipper at the top and a zippered side pocket inside.

 

 These nice flowers and symbols are traditional embroidery motifs of a small village of southwest Hungary, called Buzsák, where many nationalities live together and therefore very rich in folk culture. The village is more than 500 years old, with flourishing heritage of folklore, architectural traditions. After the Turkish Wars in Hungary (bw. 1526–1686) over Hungarians several Dalmatian, Illirian, Croatian families settled in the village and the traditions were synthesised.  Three types of traditional needleworks with blue, black, and red threads are popular. They can be seen in the Folklore Museum of the village.

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