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A late 19th century ceremonial cloth made from a lattice patterned silk damask, stitch-resist tie-dyed from the Cham people of Cambodia. Aubergine colored ground with a small trellis pattern outlined by resist dyed squares of yellow and off-white. The center burgundy squares have either a luminous blue or green center. Mounted.
73½" high x 31½" wide
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