Hand- woven kilim-rug
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BF 10006 kilim – rug ESMA B 1K580,00€
BF 10012 kilim – rug ZINETA510,00€
BF 10034 kilim – rug340,00€
BF 10038 kilim – rug240,00€
BF 11001 kilim – rug155,00€
BF 11004 kilim – rug135,00€
BF 11006 kilim – rug110,00€
BF 11008 kilim – rug210,00€
BF 11012 kilim – rug150,00€
BF 11014 kilim – rug150,00€
BF 11022 kilim – rug205,00€
BF 11024 kilim- rug125,00€
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The name Bosnian Family was formed when the families of Bosnian women were torn. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, family means a place of belonging, safety, loyalty, trust, and pride within the unique and colorful culture.
After years of war, displacement, and genocide, many women lost their families and face a monumental task in rebuilding.
At BOSFAM, women have the chance to regain family. They socialize and work together no matter their age, religion, nationality, education, and refugee status. They are simply the women of Bosnia, brought together by their strength and compassion.
WHAT IS A KILIM?
KILIM is a traditional, hand woven woollen textile, that can be used as a rug, bed-cover, or as a decoration on a wall, chair, shelf, etc. BOSNIAN kilim is a product with centuries long tradition. Using their old-fashioned, wooden looms at their homes, women of Bosnia...
KILIMS AND WOMEN
We started weaving of kilims in our workshop in Tuzla in long-past 1993. In 1995, the project “Kilims and Women” symbolically showed the link between Bosnian tradition, beautiful kilim and the work of a woman who wove it. We presented 15 kilims and 15 women through an...
REMEMBRANCE KILIM AT THE TUZLA GALLERY OF PORTRAIT
The Remembrance Kilm – Tradition against Oblivion – was created in Bosfam as a wish of women to keep up the memory of their missing and killed family members. Kilim, as a traditional handicraft, as a long life cycle and, by weaving this kilim, the women wanted for the...