Tubular skirt made from twill-woven silk textile predominantly decorated with an ikat panel, and fine stripes on a red ground. The panel is decorated with a dotted yellow lattice pattern. The lattice itself is created by smaller diamond outlines. Each large diamond field contains a repeat geometric motif reversing the ground and motif colours. At top and bottom the panel is framed by thin yellow bands. On either side of the rolled seam is a wider red stripe divided by 2 sets of stripes. Each set contains 3 narrow ikat stripes, framed and separated by narrow yellow stripes. The remnants of a seam along one of the selvedges suggests that it might have been hemmed with a contrasting colour.
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