Kolrosing is an ancient Norwegian folk art woodcarving technique, dating back to Viking times. Information about the revival of this craft can be found at the Pinewood Forge and Folk Art School at Vesterheim Museum sites.
At Kringen near Otta an army of local farmers was waiting for them and defeated the Scots. A legend says that on the other side of the river stood a young girl, Pillarguri (or Prillarguri), and blew the signal to launch the attack.
Norwegian Folk Art Ale Bowl Hallingdal Rosemaled Turned Wood Scandinavia Norway
Lathe turned wood bowl, old and out of round. Notably thick sides at about Exuberantly rosemaled painted in orange, yellow, red and blue colors, now under age darkened varnish. Probably of Norwegian origin with Hallingdal style rosemaling design.
Scandinavian Folk Art, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden
1903 Sweden Flag American Union Shield Friendship Norway Wood Spoon Carved Paint
Worn, played with condition, note photographed dry shallow split on left flank and broken front leg. It is hard to find genuinely old Dala horses with a narrow head, mane, and legs and a true fjord horse arched neck.
Norwegian Dancing Boy Hand Carved Painted Scandinavian Norway Folk Art Old