One of the most famous collections of Bombkarnia is the one referring to regional embroidery. We want to present the heritage of Polish folk art in a new way, i.e. on glass baubles. The hand-made Lubliniak figurine shows the details of regional embroidery with all the substantive elements.
The Krzczonów outfit was worn by rural people in the Lublin region from the beginning of the 19th century. Formed by the inhabitants of Krzczonów, it quickly became popular in many villages near Lublin. And although its cut has undergone many changes, it is still used on stage by folk song and dance groups, as well as performs representative functions during festivals and festivals. The Lublin citizen wears a straw hat, adorned with a ribbon, a bunch of flowers and a peacock feather. He puts a long white linen shirt over cloth pants and ties it with a velor belt. The belt is decorated with ribbons, sequins, beads and windows, i.e. holes cut in the fabric, under which colorful ribbons are placed. A short satin or velor caftan worn over a shirt is similarly decorated. Trouser legs are tucked into the uppers of high boots with a shoe under the heel.
The hand-made Lubliniak figurine, maintaining the tradition of Kszczonów costumes and embroidery, belongs to the original collection of Bombkarnia.
Height – approx. 14 cm
– bauble: glass
– box: decorative cardboard printed in the colors of Bombkarnia
Each of the elements was produced in Poland.