A yellow hat, worn by an ordained monk / lama. Helmet-shaped (straight bottom edge) and made of mustard yellow tabby wool cloth with nap (including inner lining). Lined with brown felted cloth. Edges piped with red (much faded) twill woven cotton cloth.

An00427209 001 l

Thing

Made Of
wool, cotton
Type of Thing
religious/ritual equipment, hat
Subject
buddhism
Techniques
felted, plain weave, twill weave

People

Acquired From
Franks, Augustus Wollaston to The British Museum
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Waddell, Lawrence Augustine

Place

Found In
Tibet
Made In
Tibet

Time

Acquired In
1894
Made
1894, circa
Period/Culture
Buddhist

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