Hestehodekjenge. Laget i lind av Arvid Renton. Norwegian ale bowl


Ale Bowls David Fisher, Carving Explorations

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Hestehodekjenge. Laget i lind av Arvid Renton. Norwegian ale bowl

Skanderna Wood Works is located in Leeds, ND. Skanderna offers innovative woodcarvings in the Norwegian folk art tradition which includes ale bowls, boxes, shelves, woodturnings, and furniture.


Early 19th Century Painted Norwegian Ale Bowl at 1stDibs

About. Painted and carved Norwegian ale bowl or "trøys" with spout and nicely carved handle and traces of original paint. From Gudbrandsdalen, circa 1750. Details. Dimensions: Height: 4.73 in (12 cm)Width: 17.72 in (45 cm)Depth: 11.42 in (29 cm) Style: Folk Art (In the Style Of)


A NORWEGIAN BIRCH CIRCULAR SPOUTED ALEBOWL , 18TH CENTURY Christie's

Vintage Norwegian Ale Bowl from 1944, Rare, Vintage from Norway, Scandinavian Folk Art, Cottage Cabin Farmhouse Decor, OOAK, Made during WW2 (23) $ 182.00. FREE shipping Add to Favorites 1970s Stunning rosemaling Ale/ beer bowl, professional Norwegian Telemark Rose painting folkart folk art from Norway, wedding/ housewarming.


Ale Bowls and Festive Events in Traditional Norway Vesterheim

Ale Bowl. Norwegian-American. Trygve E. Thoresen, c.1960. Wood, paint. Gift of Forest & Doris Johnson. MHAHS 1998.087.0001. Ale bowls come in many forms, but in the twentieth century those carved with dragon heads became especially popular on the souvenir market. Buyers were attracted to the form's resemblance to the famous dragon-prowed.


Ale Bowl · Virtual Galleries Bowl, Norwegian rosemaling, Vesterheim

Ale bowls typically stayed with the farm or house where they were made. When the farm or home changed hands, the ale bowl would have been left with the new owners. Artifact: Norwegian Drinking Bowl. Date: c. 1850. Museum Location: Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, Decorah, IA. Press and drag the image below to view 360º details of the object.


Norwegian Ale Bowl, circa 1750 Decorative bowls, Bowl, Norwegian wood

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Early 19th Century Painted Norwegian Ale Bowl at 1stDibs

Vintage Norwegian Ale Bowl from 1944, Rare, Vintage from Norway, Scandinavian Folk Art, Cottage Cabin Farmhouse Decor, OOAK, Made during WW2 (23) $ 182.00. FREE shipping Add to Favorites Stunning antique ale bowl with beautiful patina - Norwegian Alebowl - Rare collectible bowl - Rustic and primitiv folk-art.


Antique Norwegian Dragon Ale Bowl, Original Rosemaling SOLD on Ruby Lane

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Norwegian "kjenge" ale bowl made by Helge Laland Wood carving art

Painted and carved Norwegian ale bowl or "trøys" with spout and nicely carved handle and traces of. Category Antique Mid-18th Century Norwegian Folk Art Decorative Bowls. Materials. Wood. View Full Details. Norwegian Ale Bowl, circa 1750. H 4.73 in. W 17.72 in. D 11.42 in.


A Norwegian 19th century "Kjenge" painted carved wood ale cup bowl

Norwegian rosemaling traditional folk art handpainted wooden beer bowl ale bowl. (10) $65.26. FREE shipping. EXTREMELY RARE 1750-1820 Antique Norwegian Søslange Sea Serpent Ale Bowl. Authentic Very Rare Handmade Traditional Wood Art. Museum Quality. (136) $3,588.00.


Norwegian Ceremonial Ale Bowl Dated 1833 at 1stdibs

Ale Bowls and Festive Events in Traditional Norway. Article from Vesterheim, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2008. Author Carol Hasvold, previous Vesterheim Registrar, explains Norwegian ale drinking history with detailed information about holiday and festival traditions and brewing. The article includes an extensive selection of carved ale bowls and drinking.


Carved Norwegian Ale Hen Drinking Vessel

Skanderna Wood Works, right here in Devils Lake, ND, offers handcarved ale bowls in the Norwegian and Scandinavian folk art tradition. We also offer carved boxes and furniture and handmade pens using a wide variety of wood species.


Skål! Scandinavian Spirits Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County

Norwegian rosemaling traditional folk art handpainted wooden beer bowl ale bowl. (10) $64.39. FREE shipping. EXTREMELY RARE 1750-1820 Antique Norwegian Søslange Sea Serpent Ale Bowl. Authentic Very Rare Handmade Traditional Wood Art. Museum Quality. (138) $2,152.80.


A Norwegian 18th century "Kjenge" painted carved wood ale cup bowl

The ale bowl was a prominent object in many rural Norwegian homes and farmhouses, especially during the period of 1750-1850 and well into the twentieth century. Norwegian farmers often brewed beer for important holidays and celebrations, such as weddings, funerals, baptisms, Christmas, and New Years, and this beer was generally served in ale.


19th C. Norwegian Ale Bowl Inscription 1801 Rosemaling Bowl

Ølbolle - Norwegian Ale Bowls with Rosemaling. Years ago, I picked up these two late 19th-mid 20th century Norwegian dragon-style kjenge or ale bowls (ølbolle), the older pieces were usually made with horse heads, as well as similar bird form pieces called ale hens (ølhøne). This size was intended for use as drinking cups, and often floated.