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  • Liba sárga

    Játék állatfigura (liba)

    Gyermekjáték: Gazdasági udvar 1948-ból

    The yellow goose is an element of the farmyard created in 1948. Ferenc Keonch prepared the toy farm for her younger daughter, the four-year-old Hajnalka. They worked together in the evenings and on weekends. Whenever the girl asked what he was doing, the father used to say 'I am just whittling'. Then she was satisfied with the answer and stopped asking. On Christmas Eve, the freshly painted work of art glittered beneath the Christmas tree: a precisely elaborated farmyard, the house, the stable, sties and everything that a real farm needs. Its honour is a cart that looks like a real one. Everybody was enchanted by the draw well with chain and bucket. And the flower garden under the window, with a small bench, openable gates and green fences all enlivened the game and imagination. Animals and people were plaster figures bought in shops, but all the other things were made by the family members.

  • Befőttes üveg

    Játék edény (befőttes üveg)

    Gyermekjáték: Babakonyha 1943-ból

    The fruit-jar is an element of the toy kitchen made in 1943 by Ferenc Keonch. It was a Christmas present. It includes everything that a well-equipped kitchen needs. The glass- and chinaware in the cupboard were purchased. The metal tableware and the cooking-stove were made of enamelled brass. There were brass tools on the cupboard: scales, coffee-grinder, iron, mortar and whisk-kettle. Originally, there was a washing kitchen next to the kitchen with a trough, a tub, a washing board, a mangle, an ironing-board and a cauldron. Later around 1966, it became a bathroom by modernisation. It was completed with a basin, a toilet, a bath tub and a clothes-horse. There is a shelf for pantry, where plaster foods are kept. The kitchen that provided real entertainment was always renewed during the past 70 years.

    Cylindrical glass jar for keeping fruits, without a lid. It contains plaster peaches painted orange. It is covered with cellophane.

  • 94312_lead

    Játék bútor (komód)

    Gyermekjáték: Kék babaszoba 1937-ből

    An element of the blue baby-room suite of furniture created in 1937. Headmaster József Antal made it to his fiancee as a gift, according to an original Transylvanian furniture sample. It was not made to be a toy, but a lot of children played with it. The blue chest of drawers has three drawers. It is decorated with plate-tracery and colorful leafy patterns. Its edges and pulls (6 pcs) are painted red, but the drawers cannot be pulled out.

  • 94578_lead

    Játék berendezési tárgy (szentkép)

    Gyermekjáték: Kék babaszoba 1937-ből

    An element of the blue baby-room suite of furniture created in 1937. Headmaster József Antal made it to his fiancee as a gift, according to an original Transylvanian furniture sample. It was not made to be a toy, but a lot of children played with it. It never needed to be repaired. Framed picture of Jesus Christ. The wooden frame is decorated with carving-like patterns, blue, green, yellow, white and black leafy motifs. There are tracery hearts above and under the picture.

  • 94785_lead

    Játék épület (tanya)

    Gyermekjáték: Tanya 1927-ből

    The toy farm was created by Ferenc Keonch during his unemployment for his niece as a present in 1927. It was restored by József Hayden. During the years, the buildings and fence decayed and needed to be repaired. The animals are as old as the farm: they were wrapped carefully during the past 80 years. The puppets are made of China, their dresses are silk and felt. The farm has been completed with some blooming trees and moss in order to be more spectacular at the exhibition.

  • lead_204321

    Játék épület (kék babaszoba)

    Gyermekjáték: Kék babaszoba 1937-ből

    Antal József ig. tanító készítette ajándékul menyasszonyának. Eredeti erdélyi bútorforma és minta szerint készült. A díszítőfestékben olvasható az elkészítés évszáma: 1937. Nem játéknak készült, mégis sok gyerek játszott vele. Soha nem kellett rajta semmit javítani.

  • lead_94304

    Játék bútor (karosszék)

    Gyermekjáték: kék babaszoba 1937-ből

    An element of the blue baby-room suite of furniture created in 1937. Headmaster József Antal made it to his fiancee as a gift, according to an original Transylvanian furniture sample. It was not made to be a toy, but a lot of children played with it. Blue wooden armchair with back-rest and arm-rest decorated with plate-tracery and colorful leafy patterns.

  • Befõttes üveg

    Játék edény (befőttes üveg)

    Gyermekjáték: Babakonyha 1943-ból

    The fruit-jar is an element of the toy kitchen made in 1943 by Ferenc Keonch. It was a Christmas present. It includes everything that a well-equipped kitchen needs. The glass- and chinaware in the cupboard were purchased. The metal tableware and the cooking-stove were made of enamelled brass. There were brass tools on the cupboard: scales, coffee-grinder, iron, mortar and whisk-kettle. Originally, there was a washing kitchen next to the kitchen with a trough, a tub, a washing board, a mangle, an ironing-board and a cauldron. Later around 1966, it became a bathroom by modernisation. It was completed with a basin, a toilet, a bath tub and a clothes-horse. There is a shelf for pantry, where plaster foods are kept. The kitchen that provided real entertainment was always renewed during the past 70 years.

    Cylindrical glass jar for keeping fruits, without a lid. It contains plaster fruits painted white. It is covered with cellophane.

  • Savanyúságos üveg

    Játék edény (savanyúságos üveg)

    Gyermekjáték: Babakonyha 1943-ból

    The jar for pickles is an element of the toy kitchen made in 1943 by Ferenc Keonch. It was a Christmas present. It includes everything that a well-equipped kitchen needs. The glass- and chinaware in the cupboard were purchased. The metal tableware and the cooking-stove were made of enamelled brass. There were brass tools on the cupboard: scales, coffee-grinder, iron, mortar and whisk-kettle. Originally, there was a washing kitchen next to the kitchen with a trough, a tub, a washing board, a mangle, an ironing-board and a cauldron. Later around 1966, it became a bathroom by modernisation. It was completed with a basin, a toilet, a bath tub and a clothes-horse. There is a shelf for pantry, where plaster foods are kept. The kitchen that provided real entertainment was always renewed during the past 70 years.

    Cylindrical glass jar for keeping pickles, without a lid. It contains plaster cucumbers painted green. It is covered with cellophane.

  • Savanyúságos üveg

    Játék edény (savanyúságos üveg)

    Gyermekjáték: Babakonyha 1943-ból

    The jar for pickles is an element of the toy kitchen made in 1943 by Ferenc Keonch. It was a Christmas present. It includes everything that a well-equipped kitchen needs. The glass- and chinaware in the cupboard were purchased. The metal tableware and the cooking-stove were made of enamelled brass. There were brass tools on the cupboard: scales, coffee-grinder, iron, mortar and whisk-kettle. Originally, there was a washing kitchen next to the kitchen with a trough, a tub, a washing board, a mangle, an ironing-board and a cauldron. Later around 1966, it became a bathroom by modernisation. It was completed with a basin, a toilet, a bath tub and a clothes-horse. There is a shelf for pantry, where plaster foods are kept. The kitchen that provided real entertainment was always renewed during the past 70 years.

    Cylindrical glass jar for keeping pickles, without a lid. It contains plaster cucumbers painted green. It is covered with cellophane.

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