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Carter No.: 021ff

Handlist description: Two ends of tasselled belt

Card/Transcription No.: 021ff

21 Contents (cont.) 46

(ff) The two ends of a tasselled belt

This was tapestry woven with elaborate designs, in panels which were outlined with white thread. The panels next either end contained two cartouches, one <>, the other <>

The belts were from 6.5 - 7 cm wide.

Tasselled ends were about 11 long, actual tassel being about 2 long

The tassels were tied round with white thread.

(To be noted in more detail later ).

Treatment: Sprayed with solution of celluloid in amylacetate.

Card no. 021ff relating to Carter no. 021ff
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