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A parka dress, made from cotton decorated with red, blue, yellow and purple flowers, laid over a patchwork of children's quilts made from synthetic fibres. The cuffs are trimmed with beaver fur and the hem with wolf. The hem is trimmed with red and white lace and 14cm above the lace is a red band, decorated with additional lace and black and yellow patterns.
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Length: 140 centimetres (including hood)
Length: 15 centimetres (of hood)
Length: 18.50 centimetres (of sleeves)
Width: 112 centimetres (of hem)
Width: 152 centimetres (sleeves outstretched)
Width: 27 centimetres (under arm)
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- Acquisition notes
- Purchased for $100 Canadian from maker by Marjorie Caygill, during visit to Gjoehaven in Nunavut, Canada on the ship "Akademik Ioffe" on the 13 September 2008. Purchased from her by the British Museum for £52.95 the same year.
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