A monk's / lama's robe (?). Made from fourteen (composite) strips of yellow / brown twill woollen cloth, each circa 17 cms wide; patchwork. A (circa) 18 cms border (double thickness) all four sides. Two triangular-shaped pieces of cotton cloth stitched to each corner. Some holes.

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Thing

Made Of
wool
Type of Thing
religious/ritual equipment, robe
Subject
buddhism
Techniques
patchwork, twill weave

Place

Found In
Tibet
Made In
Tibet, ?

Time

Acquired In
1933
Made
20thC, ?
Period/Culture
Buddhist

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