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Carter No.: 021s

Handlist description: Cap or bag of beadwork

Card/Transcription No.: 021s

21. Contents (cont.) 35

(s) Cap or bag of beadwork. At N.W. corner of box. This had collapsed, so exact nature impossible to see.

The beads were all small discs of faience, red, yellow, white, blue & green.

The beads were threaded criss cross, as in bands of garment (d). It had a border of two lines of yellow, two of blue, two white, two red, two yellow. Inside this border the beads were strung at right angles to border, patterns?

Treatment. Treated a small portion with melted paraffin wax.

Card no. 021s relating to Carter no. 021s
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