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Jpeg 61K Strips of silk applied covering a woven pattern at the end of an indigo dyed cotton woven length of a pha biang
Strips of silk applied covering a woven pattern at the end of an indigo dyed cotton woven length of a pha biang. Attached to this is an intricately woven silk supplementary weft end showing siho, mythological animals half-lion, half-elephant, unique to the Lao culture, with spirit figures on their backs walking amongst other figures including nak.
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