Thin 'jakla' jacket made of white cretonne with printed purple roses. The bottom of the 'jakla', the cuffs and front around the fastening decorated with a wide embroidered tape. Factory made tape. 'Jakla' jackets of this type were used as part of an elegant every day Rozbark costume.
Title: Cretonne 'jakla' jacket
Date Created: the first half of 20. century
Location Created: Bytom, Poland
Physical Dimensions: h. 64,00 cm
Photographer: Piotr Sobański
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