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Skirt lifter

A product of Victorian invention designed to stop the hem of the skirt getting too dirty when a lady walked around. The pads at the end would be fastened to...

Skirt

A woman’s skirt made of two lengths of handloom light blue cotton cloth decorated with inserted lengths of red wool to create an overall pattern of thin lines and red...

Posahuanco

Traditional wrap-around style woven cotton skirt made on a backstrap loom. The purple dye comes from the Purpura shellfish. This dyeing process is still being used today....

Skirt

This titi is made from pandanus fibres which utilises imported dyes to colour the fibres. Colour use often reflects status or group membership of a village, church or school. “Tuvalu...

Skirt

Julian Jacobs, 1998 “The Nagas. Hill Peoples of North East India.” Thames and Hudson p. 44-45. A woman’s skirt made of two lengths of handloom cotton with a complex pattern of...

Skirt

Dance skirt from Tuvalu, made from pandanus....

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