A turned wooden bowl made from a single piece of wood decorated with Hallingdal - Rosemaling
  • Date 1830-1870
  • Place of Origin Hallingdal, Buskerud, Norway
  • Creator Perhaps Ola Feten or Nils Moen

A turned wooden bowl made from a single piece of wood Decorated with Hallingdal style rosemaling. Inscription on outer rim.

The bowl may have been painted by either Ola Feten or Nils Moen.

—Nils Ellingsgard, 1979

Inscription: Fõr stod jeg I den grõnne Lund, og ingen mig mone kjende, nu mætter jeg mangen tõrstig Mund.

Translation: Previously I was standing in the green grove (of trees), and no one might know/recognize me, now I satisfy many a thirsty mouth.

  • Materials Wood
  • Dimensions height: 4.375 inches; width: 10.5 inches
  • Identifier / Source LC0800 -
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