Hanging panel, lamak, formed from a length of red fabric, painted in prada with a gold floral pattern and with two pieces of string at the top, for securing around the neck. A second shorter length of lighter red fabric to hang in front is attached at the top. Each has a strip of fringing attached at the lower edge, the lower one yellow, the upper one green following the V shape of the lower edge; an additional strip of yellow fringing near the top. Part of costume for a Baris dancer.
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