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A pair of man's trousers, festive dress. Made from cream coloured cotton fabric with raised twill-woven diamond patterning. Narrow legs, three inserts in the middle and an elasticated waist. Commercially made fabric; machine stitched. The seam of each leg gets wider towards the hem, enabling the selvedges of the fabric to be retained. Some wear at the crotch.
- 20thC (donor information)
- Made in: Romania
- Found/Acquired: Gyimesközéplak
- (Europe,Balkans,Romania,Harghita (county),Lunca de Jos)
- Length: 102 centimetres
- Width: 71 centimetres
Information provided by donor: man's trousers to match the shirt [Eu2006,1103.81]. Made in the neighbouring Romanian-speaking village of Pálanka but worn here. Worn on festive occasions.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: EEU83111
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