Woman's pale blue silk full length tunic with wide sleeves. The right front overlaps the left, concealing a small pocket. The cloth is pattern-woven with small circular and floral designs. The borders are in black satin and a navy blue plaited tape, which could be a later addition. The fasteners consist of sets of pairs of loops with studs.

With other Chinese clothing, collected by two Presbyterian medical missionaries, Drs. Lyal & Kiercross, in 1902.

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