Silk Sarong

Burmese sarong made of three panels attached together; the main panel is silk dyed in a warp ikat technique; the belt panel is a woven mix of cotton and silk, more suitable for tying and tucking; the hem panel, actually a brocade ribbon, contrasts sharply with the main panel in direction and color.

Circa: Early 20th C.

Origin: Burma

Material: Silk, silk brocade and silk-cotton mix.

Condition: Very good

Dimensions: 34" x 53"

Inventory number: TX2789



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