Child's red silk dress, richly embroidered in yellow, pink, blue, beige and green pastel shades, with floral designs; on one side of the front a man on a horse with two men holding a musical instrument.
- Found/Acquired: India
- (Asia,South Asia,India)
- Length: 56.5 centimetres
- Width: 105 centimetres
Text from Paine 2001:28: Mochi community, Kutch, north-west IndiaChild's dress ‘kediya'. Very lightweight red silk fabric embroidered with fine chain stitch embroidery in typical Mochi style. The bodice front is cut as a separate underpiece, as in the traditional ‘angarkha'.
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Object reference number: EAS21581
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