Hand woven white wool embroidered with red, blue, green and black wool threads. The wool fabric folded in half, forms a rectangular pocket shape that is lined in a hand woven cloth with cotton and silk threads.
Complen (half cross stitch) and azour (pulled and drawn threads)
This is more delicate and smaller than traditional tagari. Part of dowry?
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Bag, 1800s, BARBATSULY, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/6947. Accessed 03/24/23.