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Carter No.: 021p

Handlist description: Garment or shawl decorated with daisies in gold and faience

Card/Transcription No.: 021p

21. Contents (cont). 32

(p) Garment or shawl, decorated with daisies in gold & faience.

This was mainly on the west side of the box at upper layer, but below it spread out underneath the cloth of other garments.

Cloth in very bad condition; impossible to get size or shape. To the edges of it were attached tapes 8 mm - 1cm. wide.

Decoration. Gold & faience daisies.

Former of thin sheet gold, beaten out in a die, hollow underneath. Diam. 1.2. Three threading holes to each. Those of faience were flat underneath: had been moulded. Diam. 1 cm. With three or two threading holes.

These were applied to the cloth in lines, gold & faience being

alternated in each line, distance


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