apron

Apron, oncer, formed of two sets of three long panels of fabric. In each group the longest panel, which is of green fabric with a pattern stamped in gold, is beneath the medium length panel, which is of green fabric with a pattern stamoed in gold, and this is beneath the shortest which is of yellow fabric with a pattern stamped in gold. These two groups hang froma string which secures them at the dancer's hips. Each strip is lined in beige cotton fabric, and ends with a point with a yellow fringe attached. Part of costume for legong dancer.

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