The Kazar Bazar is always happy to participate in projects where the final result could be part of a musem…
We would like to present an outstanding work among the Moshchevaya Balka renconstructions: Alya Burzueva’s gear from Russia.
In our article series we would like to add some points about the usage of silk textiles in the Early Medieval and in the Early Medieval reenactment. On our fourth article we check what was silk used for around the Early Medieval world?
Diamond patterned silks were popular during the Middle Ages. When talking about diamond pattern, it is not really a pattern…
Aranyosi János from Hungary reconstructing a Magyar noble from the Conquest period (Xth century). Among the archeological finds and the written sources we find several traces that Magyars used a lot of silk for their attire.
Sonya Shasunova, a Russian textile restaurator, sewer and adminstrator of SEW OR DIE. She made really expectional sewing projects, we would like to introduce one of her work: a 100% hand sewed silk kaftan. The project was made by the request of Ferenc Tavasz from Hungary.