shoulder sash; waistcloths; kera

Narrow red textile sash, kera, formed of a strip of cloth folded lengthways into four. At each end is a triple band of lozenge shaped motifs in pink, yellow, blue, purple, greens, white and orange in continuous supplementary weft. Along the rest of the length of the sash are discrete geometric motifs in gold threads around a central lozenge in the same colours as appear at the ends. Integral fringe at each end.

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