Apron - ROM2017_15528_31



Maker: Anishinaabeg (Ojibwa)
Medium:Beads, velvet, cotton, ribbon, wool
Geography: Canada or USA
Date: turn of the 20th century
39.4 × 44.5 cm
Object number: 958.131.586
Not on view

Such aprons would have been worn in dances and usually they came in pairs, back and front. This form developed out of the breechcloth, which was made from a single length of cloth.

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