Smock from homespun hemp thread, woven togtehr with cotton thread in 2 thread pattern. Cut out from straight pieces of material with lower part sewn on to the top, the same traditional cut that has come down the ages. Sewn together with 'chain stitch' in red cotton. Rich and compact decorative designs embroidered round the neck, across the chest, along the sleeve and in vertical stripes down the skirt. the actual top of the women's smock is generally embroidered in red and black, while the skirt is always embroidered in black. Different hues are used as 'umplutura' (stop gaps). Length: 126 cm; Length of sleeve: 78 cm.
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