| home | site map | bibliographies | country | forum | links | studies | what's new | photogalleries | about us |


powered by FreeFind

Ba-sa-dung Li woman's blouse

textile in the collection of Pamela A Cross

images © Pamela A Cross
click on image to go back to thumbnails
to Jpeg 55K 1465 Ba sa dung Li woman's blouse
to Jpeg 56K 1469 embroidered border on bottom front of Ba sa dung woman's blouse
to Jpeg 54K 1472 detail of embroidery on the front neck opening of Ba sa dung Li blouse
to Jpeg 66K 1475 detail of embroidery on side panel of Ba sa dung Li woman's blouse
go to Li textiles: links and Ba-sa-dung Li, Hainan photogallery and Pamela's Ba-sa-dung Li textiles and Pamela's Li textile collection
Ba-sa-dung Li woman's blouse. The Li group wearing this blouse are known as the Ba-sa-dung Li and, according to 'Traditional Culture of Li Ethnic Group' (see China bibliography), speak the Run dialect and live in the Baisha area of Hainan Island. Most of the decoration on the blouse is hand-embroidered with the exception of the bands at the cuff end of the sleeves which are woven. Purchased in 2002.
| home | site map | bibliographies | country | forum | links | studies | what's new | photogalleries | about us |
Search WWW Search www.tribaltextiles.info
Use Google Search for a better engine to search this site but it may be 4-6 weeks since the spider last visited. For most recent material use the FreeFind search at the top right of each page. Click the 'whats new' link to check for new material.

Copyright © 2001 Pamela A Cross. The contents of this site, including all images and text, are for personal, educational, non-commercial use only and may not be reproduced in any form without the express permission of Pamela A Cross
If you have any comments on the tribaltextiles.info website please send them to us. If you have any general tribal textile comments or questions go to the tribaltextiles.info/community forum to share your thoughts and questions with an international community of enthusiasts.
this page last updated 26 March, 2005