108-026 Tie and Dye Odhani
An odhani (women’s head covering), worn by the Khatri Muslim of Kutch, Gujarat, India.
Different designs are produced by tying individual parts of the fabric before dying it.
The piece is stitched together from two symmetrical pieces.
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|a. Origin||Gujarat, India|
|b. Estimated Age||Early 20th century|
|c. Craft (Embroidery etc)||Gajji silk (silk with a satin weave), dyed with very fine tie-and-dye technique|
|d. Size (mention cm/inches)||155-170 cm|
|e. Condition Report||good|
|f. Damage & Shortcomings||none|
|g. Item Location (Country)||Greece|
|Seller's Email ID||mailto:email@example.com|