Rectangular woollen apron made in two sections and sewn together at the selvedges. It is made of weft faced tabby weave and is predominantly black with very fine alternating red and white (one pick only) bands. Towards the top and bottom of the textile is an identical band of white rectangles, with a red line running through, alternating with solid red rectangles. This band is flanked by a yellow intermittent band (inner) and a broader red band (outer) which encases a white intermittent band. The apron no longer has its ties.
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