A wide cotton sash (?), almost square in shape. The ground is divided into three main sections: a red centre field [twill woven, chevron patterning] framed by narrower red and yellow bands [twill woven, diamond patterning]. At each selvedge is a green stripe. The centre field contains three registers of silver-coloured columns and four large green and silver-coloured motifs, redolent of ikat patterning. All coloured yarns cotton with synthetic (?), with silver-coloured metal strip.
- Made in: Middle East (?)
- Found/Acquired: Middle East
- Length: 134 centimetres
- Width: 126 centimetres
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Object reference number: RRM188035
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