A monk's / lama's hat / cap; worn whilst travelling; circular, with flat crown. Crown made of overlapping yellow satin silk cloth with red cotton velvet macramé knot in middle. Sides (upper) made from black silk velvet cloth; sides (lower) made from pieces of cream leather (vestige of beige coloured fur). Many holes in leather revealing cream fleece padding. Hat stiffened with animal fibres and size (?). Lined with red tabby cotton cloth.

An00426642 001 l

Thing

Made Of
silk, cotton, fur, leather
Type of Thing
religious/ritual equipment, cap, hat
Subject
buddhism
Techniques
plain weave, macramé, satin, velvet

Place

Found In
Lhasa
Made In
Tibet

Time

Acquired In
1905
Made
1905, circa?
Period/Culture
Buddhist

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