Part of the model tent’s door frame: two uprights of squared wood, roughly finished each with three mortice openings for the tent girths and a tenon at the top and bottom (to insert the lintel and threshold); joined with one girth-band of tablet-woven wool in red and pale blue bands. Made by the husband of one of the members of the ‘Golden Thimble’ co-operative, Bokanbaev, for display and sale.
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