The scouring of wool used in Revolana products is carried out in Vučje near Leskovac. Here we see the different stages from sorting greasy wool, passing through the opener, soaking and washing. After drying, the wool is ready to be packed. Scouring is done with a Belgian machine from 1942 with a very pure spring water.
The manufacture of fluffy woolen waddings, which are used in Revolana pure wool duvets, is carried out in several stages. It all starts with the preparation of the wool to continue with the carding and the crossing of the wadding. Finally comes the parallelization of the wadding on a machine that you will probably see nowhere else.
The manufacturing of a Revolana pure wool duvet is a multi-stage craft work. From the cutting of the fabric to the packaging, and the quilting on the frame. We show all this work in a video filmed in our production workshop in Belgrade.
Here is a small discovery of Serbian culture through a traditional dance named Kolo (Коло). It is practiced in a large part of the Balkans. Its name comes from the circle formed by the dancers. Each region has a kolo variation of its own, but the basic movements are similar. The kolo is usually danced in traditional costume on many festive occasions. The video proposed here is a dance directed by Bojan Sudjić, broadcast on RTS (Radio televizija Srbije).