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A man's belt. Made from orange goat hair yarn with a thin yellow stripe in the middle, flanked by green and maroon stripes to each selvedge; warp faced tabby woven. One end turned and stitched. The other end covered in red commercial felted wool cloth with a hook soldered onto a 1913 Bulgarian '10 stotinki' coin.
- Production date
- 1936-1940 (donor information)
Length: 175 centimetres
Width: 7 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Text from Eth Doc 1892, no. 34c: Made by women from home processed goat hair. Orange red with single thread stripes of black, green and yellow called ‘patci’. The sash is secured by a hook soldered onto a 1913 Bulgarian ’10 stotinki’ coin. The coins were probably in circulation during the Second Balkan War.
Religion: Macedonian Orthodox.
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- Obtained for the donor in the early 1970s by Diane Waller from an old shop in Bitola.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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