A Swedish shop is preserving a centuries-old tradition of handmade wooden horses — one of the last local handicrafts still made in Sweden
- Red wooden horses called dala horses have been traditional handicrafts in Nusnäs,
Sweden, for centuries.
- The horses are painted a specific shade of red called Falu red that comes from the mines in the Dalarna region.
- One family-run dala horse manufacturer is committed to making these
craftsalmost entirely by hand.
Red wooden horses run are deeply ingrained in the culture of Nusnäs, Sweden.
"Dalahästar," or "dala horses," are traditional handicrafts that have been around for centuries.They are commonly known as children's toys or sometimes religious items. They've also been used as a form of currency. Today, they are a national symbol.
Nils Olsson Dalahästar is one of the oldest dala horse factories in Sweden, started by two brothers in 1928. And it's still in the family today.Artisans st
This is the only part of the process that uses a machine — and they want to keep it this way.
- UltraTech Cement's ₹5,477 crore expansion plan is a sign that Birla is betting on a faster economic recovery
- SBI’s mobile banking app is down for the third time in 30 days — digital services take a hit for the 25th time this year
- HCL Tech's Roshni Nadar is India's richest woman in 2020, according to Kotak Wealth Hurun India list
- Hero ISL’s viewership for the first 8 matches has grown by 16% in comparison to last year
- Reliance Infratel resolution plan approved by NCLT Mumbai – Jio to pick up the tower unit