Cloak, awiran, for telek dance costume. Formed of several strips of fabric in a variety of colours, attached to a piece of cotton tape at the top, which has been tied into a circle. Most of the the strips have been painted in gold-coloured prada with a gold floral pattern, each has up to four additional shorter panels hanging above. All strips have decoration hanging from the lower edge, consiting variously of ornage pompoms, red pompoms, or metal beads.
dance clothing; cloak
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