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Jpeg 27K Black Thai baby being carried by its grandmother's back.  The baby carrier is made with an insertion of hand woven supplementary weft fabric (probably cotton ground and silk supplementary wefts) and adorned with strips of inserted folded 'points' and hanging tabs of different bought fabric scraps which have been carefully sewn together and turned.  Tuan Giao on the road from Son La to Dien Bien Phu in Son La Province.  9510C32.JPG

Black Thai baby being carried by its grandmother's back.  The baby carrier is made with an insertion of hand woven supplementary weft fabric (probably cotton ground and silk supplementary wefts) and adorned with strips of inserted folded 'points' and hanging tabs of different bought fabric scraps which have been carefully sewn together and turned.  Tuan Giao on the road from Son La to Dien Bien Phu in Son La Province.  

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