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Small embroidered square textile, made from white cotton textile, with multicoloured motifs worked in counted thread embroidery. The design field is divided into quadrants, each bearing a large, stylized floral motif; these motifs are identical in form but are varied in colours; two are red and blue, two are green and purple. Various smaller motifs are used to embellish the borders and the bars that separate the quadrants. A narrow hem on all four sides is finished with a zigzag stitch. A thin twisted fibre cord is attached to one corner. The textile is reversible; the two sides are almost identical.

History Of Use

Used with the four corners folded to the center, like a small envelope. The attached cord holds the envelope closed. It contained objects 811/14 a-d, a make up case, when it was collected.

Cultural Context

Used and made by women.

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