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- Object: PLO Clogs, Prototype II
Artwork entitled 'PLO Clogs, Prototype II', from his 'Ceremonial Uniform' collection. Made in the form of Ottoman-period bath clogs, but deconstructed into eight parts - two soles and six stilts. Made of beech wood and laser etched with vine-scroll patterns on the soles and with square grids on each stilt. Also inlaid with mother-of-pearl. With silvery-grey silk ties.
- Production date
Length: 35 centimetres (average of each sole)
Length: 30 centimetres (average of each stilt)
Width: 18 centimetres (average of each sole)
Width: 10 centimetres (average of each stilt)
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2015-16 14 November - 15 May, London, BM, 'Life and Sole: Footwear from the Islamic Word'
- Acquisition date
- Middle East
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