A boy's cotton waistcloth. The textile is mainly dark blue and woven in warp faced tabby weave. The continous warp is not cut. The cloth has a central red stripe, flanked by a white dotted stripe formed by a single warp end and two narrow yellow and red stripes. There is another yellow and red stripe towards each selvedge. At the beginning and end of each warp end are three picks of red and yellow twining in a chevron pattern worked in stranded cotton.
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