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Roksolana Bogutska 2015

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VYSHYVANKA mens Gray 4th of JULY SALE Embroidery Linen SHIRT Short sleeve S-4XL #wooyko #Folk

VYSHYVANKA mens Gray 4th of JULY SALE Embroidery Linen SHIRT Short sleeve S-4XL #wooyko #Folk

"Кувери" на пољу, "ченђели" на плочи. Pirot Kilim at the royal doors. Pirot kilim is a unique and highly regarded brand of flat tapestry-woven carpets or rugs, made of pure sheep's wool ( from Stara Planina, southeastern Serbia), dyed with natural colours and long enduring. Has 28 weave lines in 1cm and both sides of the rug can be used. Its patterns and ornaments are unique: 96 of them are geographically protected and exclusive for Pirot, Serbia. Photo: Tanjica Perovic

"Кувери" на пољу, "ченђели" на плочи. Pirot Kilim at the royal doors. Pirot kilim is a unique and highly regarded brand of flat tapestry-woven carpets or rugs, made of pure sheep's wool ( from Stara Planina, southeastern Serbia), dyed with natural colours and long enduring. Has 28 weave lines in 1cm and both sides of the rug can be used. Its patterns and ornaments are unique: 96 of them are geographically protected and exclusive for Pirot, Serbia. Photo: Tanjica Perovic

I love Kilim designs. The authentic patterns and colour choices just make me swoon! #MyMoteef

I love Kilim designs. The authentic patterns and colour choices just make me swoon! #MyMoteef

The southwest....

The southwest....

New Turkish Kilim Runner hand-woven with vegetable-dyed and hand-spun wool.

New Turkish Kilim Runner hand-woven with vegetable-dyed and hand-spun wool.

Umjetnost šara na bosanskom ćilimu

Umjetnost šara na bosanskom ćilimu

Pirot kilims are flat tapestry-woven traditional carpets or rugs produced in the Balkan mountains region in town of Pirot,Serbia.Pirot kilims with some 122 ornaments and 96 different types have been protected by geographical indication in 2002. They are one of the most important traditional handicrafts in Serbia. In the late 19th century and up to the Second World War, Pirot kilims have been used as insignia of Serbian royalty.

Pirot kilims are flat tapestry-woven traditional carpets or rugs produced in the Balkan mountains region in town of Pirot,Serbia.Pirot kilims with some 122 ornaments and 96 different types have been protected by geographical indication in 2002. They are one of the most important traditional handicrafts in Serbia. In the late 19th century and up to the Second World War, Pirot kilims have been used as insignia of Serbian royalty.