A pair of man's trousers; summer work wear. Voluminous, with wide straight leg, small diamond-shaped crotch and drawstring at waist; seams hand stitched. Made from pale blue tabby cotton cloth, with a faint, calendered diamond twill pattern; much faded. Narrow strip of cloth sewn to bottom with short fringe.
- Made in: Romania
- Found/Acquired: Inaktelke
- (Europe,Balkans,Romania,Cluj (county),Inucu)
- Length: 79 centimetres
- Width: 122 centimetres
Eth Doc 1847: a pair of trousers, 'nadràg' in Hungarian and 'gatya' in the local / dialect name; summer clothing.
Dated by donor as 1865-1885 (Eth Doc 1847) but likely to be later.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: EEU887
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