Decorative plate "National dances - Kujawiak"


Decorative plate "National dances - Kujawiak"

599,00 zł
  • DesignerK. S. Wolski
  • Height (mm)280
  • Lenght (mm)230

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Handmade porcelain oval decorative plate from a series presenting national dances.

Kujawiak is a Polish folk dance, originating from Kujawy. It comes from the wedding ceremonies of Kujawy. The folk names of this dance are sleepy and cradled. The oldest study of kujawiak comes from around 1830. Well-known studies by Henryk Wieniawski. Music in kujawiak is lyrical and moody, often in minor tone. Some say that the melody of this dance reflects the Kujawy landscape, which is wide and calm. The dance moves are slow, sliding, and the pairs calmly turn and sway slightly.

Graphics made with the use of a serigraphic method. The author of the graphic is K. S. Wolski

In addition, oval platters are painted with 24-carat gold.

On the front or back of the plate, it is possible to place a manual dedication made with liquid gold.

The plate can be placed or hung (option without or with a pendant at the back).

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