Woman's bridal coat made of red satin.
- Length: 142 centimetres
- Width: 159 centimetres
Text from Weir 1994: 257: Man's coat 'qumbaz' or 'hidim'. The type of coat, of red 'atlas' material, worn by Beit Dajan brides on their bodies during the wedding day procession.
Exhibited: 1989-1991, London, Museum of Mankind, 'Palestinian Costume'
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Object reference number: RRM186354
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