apron; textile

Small, square woman's apron. It is made of weft faced tabby weave. It has a solid red band at the top and the lower section is made up of red and black bands and narrow pink/, green/ and purple/ and white bands. The upper section is predominantly cream, with slightly wider coloured bands, worked in the same colours, with the addition of gold-coloured metal wrapped thread. It has two braided ties made of green, pink and brown woollen yarn. [Textile]

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