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Dark brown hide cape with beaded designs. Short fringe all along bottom edge. Grid-like design on exterior. Lines done in white, dark blue, red, golden yellow and orange round beads. Three round beaded semi-circles in top left corner of cape, where it would wrap around neck. Semi-circles are white, yellow, dark blue and orange. Large triangle section, starting in middle centre of cape and extending to bottom edge, is pleated. Five rows of round beaded fringe across pleats. Beads are orange, white, black, red and dark blue. Just above the pleated section is a horizontal band of red, white and blue stripes. Design done in round beads. From the top centre edge of the cape to the striped band are seven round beaded columns. The first, third, fifth and seventh columns from the left are white. The second column from the left is dark blue. The fourth and sixth columns are a mix of dark blue and orange.


Said to have been a gift to the donor's parents, while the family was living in Kenya.

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