A woman's silk dress. Floor length, with long sleeves. Made from four different fabrics, with a number of panels, creating a flared shape: red/yellow stripes of equal width; solid green and solid red silk cloth; all tabby woven: thin white and thicker red stripes (satin silk). 'V'-shaped neckline, long sleeves [of unequal length], triangular in shape, tapering to a point. The right sleeve (as worn) has been stitched to the body inside out. Applied indented strips of cloth along hem; top stitching on all seams. Two patches lower back.
- Made in: Jordan (?)
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Jordan)
- Found/Acquired: Ma'an
- Length: 148 centimetres
- Width: 146 centimetres (across arms)
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Object reference number: RRM186368
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