Out of the Way Finds in Eastern Europe

Neuenschwander, Stan
November 2011
Miniature Collector;Nov2011, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p29
The article offers the author's insights regarding the miniature items he collected in Eastern Europe. The author says that the folk crib and wagon came from Don Mestini in Ljubiana, Slovenia, together with the kitchen utensils. He states he found the Adoration of Mary Shrine miniature at the Church of Our Lady Trsat, Croatia. He also mentions the miniature gusle made by Bozo Margeretic from Bosnia.


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