About this object

History of use

Made by the women of a village, from a newly killed goat, for a bride. This apron may be the bride's first new garment as previously she has worn only 'hand-me-downs'.

Cultural context


Physical description

Brown, rectangular skin skirt with ties and fringe. The long thin ties have triangular handles attached to the ends. The light tan coloured fringe along the bottom is made from four rectangular pieces attached to the back of the skirt.