Object ID
1998.3.1
Object Name
Bag, Tagari
Date Created
1957, 1957
Measurements
33.1800200000 cm. W x 37.7825000000 cm. L Since this is a textile, the dimensions may change depending on how it is displayed., Item (Overall)
Material
Wool
Object Entities
Henning, Dolores (collected by)
Henning, Dolores (is related to)
Object Description
Black wool Tagari tote bag with white, green, and blue stripes and black-and-white cord strap. The black and white cord strap goes all the way down along the outside of the bag and has a tassel at the end. The top and bottom of the bag is black, followed by a white strip in the middle which makes up about 1/3 of the bag and has other colored stripes on it. On the outside, it has a thin blue stripe, followed by a thin orange stripe, then an thin brown stripe, then another thin blue stripe. There is then a thicker white stripe followed by an even thicker blue stripe. Then there is another white stripe followed by a thin blue stripe and a thin orange stripe. The design meets in the middle with a brown stripe.
Origin
Tagaris are bags that are usually made with a single strip of woven wool, which is then folded and has the other edges sewn together in order to form a bag. They have been used as purses or in order to carry produce, such as olives.
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Citation
Bag, Tagari, 1957, 1957, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/6144. Accessed 01/20/22.