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A woman's blouse, embroidered with red and black cotton yarns (with synthetic); long sleeves. Made from cream synthetic woven cloth. Identical embroidery worked either side of centre front opening and on small stand-up collar (double thickness); red ties at neck. Black meandering line on red 'ground' (inner) and a vertical line of square red/black motfs (outer). This patterning repeated on outer sleeve, with the addition of larger square geometric motifs and a band of black diamond patterning. Small embroidered cuff (double thickness) fastened with round cream plastic button and thread loop; right button (as worn) missing. Arm seams decorated with black and white diagonal embroidery. Two darts centre front and centre back, from hemline.
- Production date
- 1950s (?)
Length: 59 centimetres
Width: 137 centimetres (across arms)
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Purchased by donor in the UK in the 1950s.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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