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Conical woven hat that has three equally spaced, vertical bands of green, blue, and natural geometric borders with flowers in the three triangular panels around the lower portion. The beaded flowers have two with six green petals outlined by red with a multiple green leaves metallic coiling stem base while a multiple black leaves metallic coiling stem emanates from above with a red bud at either top end. The rim is green with red string and diagonal red beaded lines around the lower portion. Metallic coillng loops are at the top surrounded by radiating green bead lines. Lined with purple, yellow, and white printed lining.

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