Woman’s jacket, the main body made of two lengths of black fabric stitched together at the middle of the back, left open at the front, and stitched together below arm opening most of the way down to form sides. Neck reinforced with extra strip of fabric. Rectangular sleeves made of two pieces of fabric decorated in appliqué. Back decorated below yoke with elaborate horizontal rows of embroidery, between two strips of applied fabric running vertically inside one row of white seeds, unidentified. A similar row of seeds runs between sleeve and yoke front and back. Lomi Akha , Northern Thailand.

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