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Glove - Aime Metsar, Estonian, Jarva-Jaani Region, Knitted, 1991 Reg. No: SH 911634 2
- Glove knitted by Aime Metsar, 1991. The pattern is an authentic Estonian belt pattern from Jarva-Jaani district. Wearing a hat and gloves was very popular in Estonia in the 1940s. They continued to be made and worn by Estonians in the refugee camps in Germany after World War II and brought into Australia by Estonian immigrants.
- Woollen hand knitted glove in black, white, yellow, red and green pattern. The glove has red, patterned finger tips and long pattered fringed cuffs.
|Tagged with:||cultural identity, cultural traditions, handcrafts, cultural maintenance, knitting, ethnic groups, estonian communities, estonian immigration|
|Themes this item is part of:||Cultural Diversity Collection, Immigration & Artistic Practice Collection, Migration Collection, Clothing & Textiles Collection|
|Primary Classification:||CULTURAL IDENTITY|
|Secondary Classification:||Ethnicity - Clothing|
|Tertiary Classification:||regional costume|
|Maker:||Mrs Aime Metsar, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1991|
|Other Association (See Comments):||Estonia
The pattern used is an authentic Estonian belt pattern from Jarva-Jaani district
|References:||See Parent Record|