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: Ea6173

: Ethnography

: jacket

: animal remains

: Sealskin fur jacket with hood. The hood is made in one with the jacket and the light and dark skins are sewn so that the front of the hood is light in colour and the back is darker extending right down to the base of the coat where there is a small 'tail'. The front and back base edges have a stip of lighter fur sewn on and a wider light band of fur round each sleeve forming small cuffs. There are also lighter patches sewn on at the shoulders, front arm pits and under chin. A dark thin strip decorates all round the hood 7cm from edge.

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: North America, Americas

: Inuit