FOLK ART MUSEUM Embroidery
Embroidered products - coloured, white embroidery and lace, gold embroidery - were meant for clothing, the home and the church. The embroidery is made with threads of silk, cotton and wool, or silver and gold threads, and depending on the technique, was known as "grafta", "metrita", "terzidika" or "sirmakesika".
In the picture funerary gold-embroidered red silk cloth, with gold, silver and silk threads. It depicts the "Lamentation". 18th c. church treasure, Asia Minor (Inv. No. 1766)
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