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Tie dyed Garment

China National Silk Museum

China National Silk Museum

Tie dyeing refers to a number of different methods of resist dyeing before place the fabric in the dye bath to produce a given pattern. As we can see, the garment is brown, short, front-opening, there are red and brown strings, the sleeves are horn-shaped and wide. Yellow mini dots were tie-dyed all over the garment. The diameter of the dots is less than 1 cm, that is to say, the manufacture process was complicated and time-consuming, so it might be very expensive at that time.

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  • Title: Tie dyed Garment
  • Rights: All rights reserved
  • Length: Garment: 79cm Sleeves: 178cm

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