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Long piece of fabric, known as a zurband, worn by women to hold the veil in place, made of striped and brocaded silk in light and dark mauve, yellow and brown. There are two brocaded striped bands and fringes along the narrow edges, and a selvedge band along one side.
- Length: 235 centimetres (excl. fringes)
- Width: 49 centimetres
Register addition "Galilee Mountains" Register addition "Cana".Datasheets: 'Zurband' - worn by women to hold thier veil on
Fair; mended in one place and some staining.
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Object reference number: RRM189435
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