Greek history in Washington.
Physical, non-print objects belonging to the Greeks in Washington Museum.
Furniture, musical instruments, luggage, household items
Physical items used or owned by Greeks in Washington State.
Greek history in Washington, household management, travel, music
Travel trunk owned by George John Meras in 1937. “This trunk ended its trip in Bellevue, Washington in 1995. Where it originated (was made) I do not know. However, in the fall of 1937, my father George John Meras left Havre, Montana for Hostia,…
Basket wrapped, 17" high, 5" wide.
Three metal bells, largest being a double kypros, second largest being a Tsokani, third largest being a Tsokani.
Various boubounierres, Jordan Almonds representing the bitter and sweet of a marriage or other event. Sizes vary from Basic to Deluxe II, including 5 boxes and bags, 6 examples with props, 7 corsage, and 8 from baptisms.
Island version of Greek bagpipes, given as a gift on the island of Leros.
Spindle with wool, used under arm to spin while performing chores.
Four Turkish coffee makers, two decorative and two functional.
Shaped red wine decanter., 15 " high
Water jug from Leros.
Brandy bottle in honor of the 100th anniversary of the vintage.