LATVIAN DESIGN HAND CARVED BEER STEIN / ALUS KAUSS OAK with 4 copper strands -8" high / 5" at base a most beautiful and interesting example of carving by world famous woodsmith V. Gredzens of Minneapolis, MN| eBay
Circa 1930 "Ligo" National Costume. Latvian postcard.
Latvia in London: Latvian food, beer and dancing at the London Latvian House
Handembroidered Latvian folk sign Morning Star by KristaWorkLinens
Hand woven wool skirt fabric for Latvian national costumes.
Latvian symbols (names noted on the left hand side).
"Saule-Pērkons-Daugava" Latvian song and dancing festival 2013
Hand carved door. Lok Virsa Folk Heritage Festival, Pakistan // Shaukat Niazi
Latvian gloves, I like them as much as socks. They keep my hands warm
Windhoek Lager! Namibian Beer - at La Luigi, Camps Bay, South Africa. Close to mothers milk for some of us.
The Latvian kokle is a stringed instrument that is played while resting on the knees or on a table. One hand plays the tune, and the other hand muffles certain strings. The kokle can have varying numbers of strings, and its specific shape is determined by the particular design of Latvia's regions. (Vladimirs Koskins © 2006)
On the 23th of August 1989 two million people across Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania joined hands, creating a human chain, to protest peacefully against the Soviet occupation.
Japanese sake, Kubota - my personal favorite...n mine too ;)
Hand knitted warm wool socks with Latvian traditional ornaments. $25.00, via Etsy.