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Poster, Karakalpak women’s dress and jewellery. Image of a woman in full traditional dress: domed hat, coral and metal ornaments framing her face, embroidered bib, three necklaces of various beads, breast ornament, khaikel of four carnelians in a row on a metal base and pendant chains, two wide bracelets and a finger ring. A dark blue dress heavily embroidered on the breast, skirt and cuffs. The embroidered bib is termed kizil kiymeshek.

Details

poster
2006.361
Anthropology

1 item (description level: whole)
Broad category
Anthropology: Ethnography
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  poster
object name:  poster

Place
Nukus, Uzbekistan, Central Asia, Asia
Additional place information
made or collected:  Nukus 
Date made
1991
Additional date information
date made:  1991 
Collector
Teague, Ken
Additional collector information
collector:  Teague, Ken 
Culture
Karakalpak; Uzbek
Additional culture information
maker or user:  Uzbek 
maker or user:  Karakalpak 

Materials & techniques
paper; ink
Additional material & technique information
material: paper (overall)
material: ink (overall)


Related subjects
maker or user: Uzbek
maker or user: Karakalpak
object name: posters

Record created 2006-01-20 by JCORT
Record last updated 2017-03-30 by XGVIEWS

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