Apron, Dzao (Yao), North Vietnam

160,00 incl. VAT

This “apron” is a part of the woman’s textiles of the Dzao from northern vietnam. It was in his first life a baby carrier and could be worn today as apron. We didn’t made changes on this wonderful artefact, that you can also hang on the wall.

The Yao are indigenous people who live in the north of Vietnam,  Laos, and Thailand as well as in the South of China. This is where they originally come from areas such as Guanxi, Hunan and Guangdong.

III quarter 20 century

100% Cotton, applikations and embroidery all by hand

Length 68 cm, waistband 48 cm

 

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg