Antique Shaman Tunic from Bhutan
Tunica old On display on two mannequins right Tunics called kushung rare, are examples of archaic Bhutanese clothing that eventually developed into kushuthara. These garments were women who were slipped over the head, rather than wrapped around the body. A feature unique among tunics Bhutanese textile is the long fringe along the warp the bottom edge of the tunic and raised patterned border. Most of these cloth robes were made in a district north-central Bhutan called Kurto. These tunics are sometimes worn in Buddhist festival in the adjacent district of Bumthang. Products in the 19th century
Background: cotton yarn spun by hand.
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