Luu töötlemine lamba sääreluust vilepilli näitel

Monika Hint

Abstract


Bone is one of the many natural materials that can be used to make everyday items. The animal by-products of agriculture can be used to make items inspired by the archaeological finds in Estonia by following the initial form and physiological qualities of the material. In my article, I discuss the qualities of bone as a raw material and processing options, through the example of a flute made of a lamb leg bone. I demonstrate how bone as a craft and consumer material and its processing technology generate and inspire the creation of designs, as well as the links between the natural form of the material and the final product.

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ISSN (print) 1736-8138. SV is a publication of the Department on Estonian Native Crafts, University of Tartu's Viljandi Culture Academy.