Woman's belt made of two pieces of striped red and yellow 'atlas' satin cloth stitched together.
- Made in: Ramallah (?)
- (Asia,Levant,Ramallah (Palestine))
- Length: 99 centimetres
- Width: 89 centimetres
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription Positionback of fabric
Inscription Contentيا جبار, شغل الحاج امين المصري سنة ۱۳۲۳
Inscription TransliterationYa jabbār, shughul al-hāj amīn al-maṣri, sanat 1323
Inscription Translation"Oh Magnificent" this is the work of Al-Hāj Amīn al-Maṣri in the year 1323 A.H. (1904-1905 A.D.)
Inscription CommentLeaf shaped maker's mark
Worn where folds were.
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Object reference number: RRM186179
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