Man's head-wrap (mussar) made of two lengths of purple, black and red striped cotton woven on a pit loom stitched along the lengths. With tassels on the ends. Worn wrapped like a turban over a kummah cap (e.g. 2011,6003.30) for support. Worn on special occasions with an embroidered tunic (dishdasha, see 2011,6003.32) and matching shawl (saba'iyyah, 2011,6003.35).

An01225200 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
Room 2 - Omani Silver 2010
Made Of
cotton
Type of Thing
turban cloth, head-cloth
Techniques
woven

Place

Found In
Sur
Made In
Sur

Time

Acquired In
2011
Made
2010

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