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Carter No.: 021m

Handlist description: Remains of tapestry woven garment

Card/Transcription No.: 021m

21 Contents (cont.) 29

(m) Remains of a tapestry woven garment. Shape?

Body of cloth alternate bands of red & black(?) circ 3 mm. wide Method of weaving?

One piece (border pattern?) has a design of lotuses?

Another piece shows lower part of cartouche <> .

To the garment (?on edges) were attached tapes 8 mm. wide. with alternate red & black bands.

Fastened to the garment at intervals of about 4 cm. gold sequins. 7 mm. in diam. These had each two holes for threading.

These fragments may possibly have belonged originally with other fragments now noted separately.

Treatment: Sprayed portions with solution of celluloid in amylacetate.

Card no. 021m relating to Carter no. 021m
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