July 31, 2015

Wo die Heimat wohnt - Where the home lives

In this very nice and informative book, all museums situated in region whre I live (the Saarland) will be presented.
 
Get a copy of this wonderful book from your bookseller.
 
Wo die Heimat wohnt
270 pages
Conte Verlag, St. Ingbert, 2015
ISBN-13: 978-3941657755
16,90 €
 
 
 
The PHILIPPI collection is described in the book, too.
 


Biret of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church

Learn more about the Czechoslovak Hussite Church here or visit their offical Website here.
 
Here some sights of the biret worn by the dignitaries of the Církev československá husitská.
 
 
 
 





July 29, 2015

Jerusalem Yarmulka

 
The shop of Jerusalem Yarmulka on 21 Meah Sharim Street in Jerusalem
sells very nice cantor's hats:

 
(A) Model Satin Cantor's (Chazan) Hat Black - 183221:




(B) Model Velvet Cantor's (Chazan) Hat Black - 183231:




(C) Model Satin Cantor's (Chazan) Hat White - 183222:




(D) Model Velvet Cantor's (Chazan) Hat White - 183232:





(E) Model Velvet Lita Rabbi Kippah Black - 183131:




(F) Model Satin Lita Rabbi Kippah Black - 183121:



 
 
Some sights of the shop:
 



 
 
The shopping-bag:
 

May 31, 2015

Exhibition in Santiago de Chile

Héctor Landskron, Profesor de Religión y Fotógrafo in Santiago de Chile sent me the following pictures of his new exhibition:




May 30, 2015

Exhibition at Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany


From 18th April until 16th August 2015 the Franziskanermuseum shows an exhibition ft the "Schwarzwälder Hüte" (hats of the  Black Forest).

Four of my hats will be on display, too.

Detailed information here.


Here some nice impressions:

© picture: visual artwork

© picture: visual artwork

© picture: Michael Kienzler

© picture: Michael Kienzler


New sights from Tiburon, California

On 13th April 2015 I published some very nice birettas made by an esteemed reader of my blog, Mr. D.F. of Tiburon, California, US.

Have a look here.

2 news picture I received 2 weeks ago:



Film about the Collection in Kulturspiegel

The German "Saarländischer Rundfunk" broadcasted a short documentation about the collection on 22th April 2015.

You can see the documentation here.
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