A woman's blouse, a 'kabaya'; industrially made. Ground made of yellow chequered cloth, each 'cell' containing a yellow and blue 'blob', all on a cream tabby cotton (?) 'ground' with size (?). Large, linked flower-head motifs, worked in cut work embroidery on each side of centre front opening, neckline, sleeve ends and hemline. Embroidered in orange, white, blue and yellow cotton threads. Unworn.
- Made in: Java
- Found/Acquired: Java
- Length: 75 centimetres
- Width: 139 centimetres (across arms)
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Object reference number: EAS25684
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