A pubic apron in two parts. One part is much larger than the other. The largest part of the apron is made from white, blue, red and pink beads; feathers; rattling seeds; seeds; shells; and vegetable fibre. The object is formed by a beaded flap with two strings in both upper sides, and it has tassels of feathers, beads, seeds and shells in both sides. The flap has a zig-zag pattern in the upper side and a geometric pattern on the bottom, made of blue beads. On the bottom end it has a fringe made from rattling seeds, feathers, beads and beetle wing cases. Two longer tassels of beads, seeds, feathers and thread are in the bottom corners. The object was packed together with number. The smallest part of the apron is made from white, blue, and pink beads; feathers; seeds; and vegetable fibre. The object is formed by a beaded flap with two strings in both the upper sides, and it has tassels made from feathers, beads, and seeds in both sides. There is a fringe of cotton fibre at the bottom which finishes longer at the sides. The flap has a zig-zag pattern in the upper and lower ends, made of blue, white and pink beads.
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