Length of pink eri silk, embroidered at one end, toutung. Lengths of this cloth are used to make the distinctive Monpa woman's jacket.
- Made in: Assam
2008-2009 23 Oct-13 Apr, London, BM Gallery 91, 'Between Tibet and Assam; Cultural Diversity in the Eastern Himalayas'
28 August 2008
Humidify to remove creasing. Roll for transportation
Textile in sound condition. Creased from folded storage.
Textile was humidified on Sympatex and blotting cloths, flattened with perspex and glass weights and left to dry. Rolled.
- Associated with: Tawang
- (Asia,India,Arunachal Pradesh,Tawang District,Tawang)
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Object reference number: RFI38186
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