An almost rectangular piece of linen textile, made up of two sections, forming the front half of a blouse. A group of beige warp stripes, of two different widths, lies near the front opening. On each side of the woven stripes is a row of embroidery. The patterning consists of repeated angular shapes outlined in mid- green and infilled with light green, red, orange and blue cotton threads. A wedge shaped piece of cloth is sewn onto the armhole side. This cloth, together with 3.8.67/134 forms the front of a blouse.
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