Today, Cepelić’s collection is kept at the Ethnographic Museum and includes a total of 302 museum objects. Most items originate from the Đakovo region, with additions from Srijem, Bačka, Bosnia, southern Hungary, Posavina, Dalmacija, and Kosovo. They date from the mid-18th to the early 20th century. The bulk of the collection is made up of otarci (towels), used as decorative utility items or parts of headdress; followed by handkerchiefs, parts of clothing sets, samples of various weaving and embroidery patterns, a few Easter eggs, a few earrings, a gourd, and a distaff.

The accompanying Artefact Catalogue (1916), in which Cepelić recorded valuable biographical data and information on the collected material (owners, place of discovery and/or use, applied techniques, names of different types of weaving, embroidery, and ornaments), unfortunately remained unfinished. The original manuscript is kept in the Archdiocesan Archives in Đakovo, the typescript is privately owned by Cepelić’s great-niece Đurđica Gross-Ašperger, and the part of the text that refers exclusively to the collected material, also in typescript, is kept in the Ethnographic Museum.

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