« 2017. #6 (138)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 6 (138), 1549—1556

UDK 745.55: 391.7 (477.8)

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.06.1549

Received 15.11.2017


Fedynchuk Olga, assistant professor

of the Department of Decorative and Applied Arts

of the Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University,

master of artistic embroidery of the National Union of Masters of Folk Art of Ukraine
Nevsky Str., 3 b, Vyzhnytsia, Chernivtsi region, 59200, Ukraine

Contacts: Tel. (037)3022681; e-mail: decorative.applied.art@ukr.net

Abstract. In this article we consider a necklace in the Bukovina and Romanian complex jewelry of the XIX— XX centuries. The review of the literature indicates that the necklace of Northern Bukovina is insufficiently studied and requires artistic exploration, as well as less illuminated artistic features, stylistics, and morphology. Due to the remoteness of the region, Bukovina and Romanian necklaces did not become the subject of special researches.

Keywords: necklace, coral, pearls, Venetian necklace, glass necklace.


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