headscarf

Headscarf of loosely woven black fabric with some red in the warp. At each end is a panel made up of bands of white, green, orange and silver and gold thread and two panels of discontinuous supplementary weft patterning in red, yellow, pink and green. Eges trimmed with silver thread tacked along all four sides. Made and worn by Shan people.

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