EDClothing and Accessories

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Catalog # Name Description
1 ED1998.8.13 Vest Woolen poncho style cardigan, open in the front with ties. Beige with black and grey geometric design on back.  ED1998.8.13 (Vest) image
2 ED2003.7.14 Button Two abalone buttons attached to a card. "Pearl" brand.  ED2003.7.14 (Button) image
3 ED2019-101 Scarf, Offering Tibetan, white silk offering scarf  ED2019-101 (Scarf, Offering) image
4 ED2019-122 Hand Fan An example of a folding hand fan commonly found in Japan. Most likely was a tourist piece in Asia or a replica produced in the United States. ED2019-122 (Hand Fan) image
5 ED2019-124 Scarf Blue Silk Scarf, likely from Asia ED2019-124 (Scarf) image
6 ED2019-125 Tunic Tibetan meditation shirt.  ED2019-125 (Tunic) image
7 ED2019-129 Cap Flat cap ED2019-129 (Cap) image
8 ED2019-133 Geta A pair of wooden, geta sandals (A,B) with black straps. ED2019-133 (Geta) image
9 ED2019-134 Obi A green silk obi ED2019-134 (Obi) image
10 ED2019-135 Kimono Heavyweight kimono. Brown with white leaf and flower pattern.  ED2019-135 (Kimono) image
11 ED2019-138 Obi Brown obi with white chain design on one side, white brick design on the other.  ED2019-138 (Obi) image
12 ED2019-140 Koshihimo 6 Pink Koshihimo Belts (A-F). Koshihimo are soft, wide strings, usually pink or white, used to tie the kimono or yukata and keep it from opening.  ED2019-140 (Koshihimo) image
13 ED2019-144 Obi-Ita Pink Floral Waist band. An obi-ita is a stuctured band with a thin elestic band on either side that goes over the obi to help keep it straight.  ED2019-144 (Obi-Ita) image
14 ED2019-145 Obi-Makura An Obi makura. Small, padded pillow within a thin white cloth. Placed under the bow or tie of the obi to give it more structure.  ED2019-145  (Obi-Makura) image
15 ED2019-148 Slippers A & B. The back of the slippers read "Hand Made Slipper - RORO - 26." Likely from Africa. They are made from yellow and white striped fabric with a blue and green fruit design. The soles are white, and both slippers contain some damage as the heel of the slipper opens up. ED2019-148 (Slippers) image
16 ED2019-162 Geta Black, wooden geta sandals (A,B) with red straps from Japan. ED2019-162 (Geta) image
17 ED2019-163 Moccasin A pair of children's moccasins.  ED2019-163 (Moccasin) image
18 ED2019-169 Sweater A school uniform sweater of the Scoil Oilibhéir primary school in Cork, Ireland. The patch on the left shoulder reads "Deo Gratias - Scoil Oilibhéir." It's a size 28 and made by the Deer Park Ireland brand. ED2019-169 (Sweater) image
19 ED2019-173 Shoe Irish ghillies. A and B. Ghillies are soft shoes worn by women in Irish dance. Size 2 and made by the Irish "Inishfree" brand. ED2019-173 (Shoe) image
20 ED2019-201 Obi White silk obi. A decorative sash used to close the kimono and tie decorative bows.  ED2019-201 (Obi) image
21 ED2020-4 Socks, Tabi A set of 2 white tabi socks detached from the packaging (A,B) and the packaging with 2 more socks still attached (C). The packaging contains Japanese writing as well as the sizing stickers on the socks. "For women, size 22-24cm." ED2020-4 (Socks, Tabi) image
22 ED2020-5 Kimono Grey, black and red patterned. Informal kimono, most likely worn by a man in Japan. ED2020-5 (Kimono) image
23 ED2021-110 Pinafore Modern reproduction of a pinafore. A white, pinstripe with two pockets on the front. The opening buttons up in the back so that the pockets are on the front side of the body. This type of garment is worn over clothing, typically a blouse or a dress, to protect the clothing underneath. The small size suggests it was made for a child to wear.  ED2021-110 (Pinafore) image
24 ED2021-112 Moccasins A pair of tan moccasins (A,B) in the style of plains Native Americans. The front of the shoes contain 7, small triangles made out of red, black, and white beads. The origin is unknown and they are replicas. With the object is a small pamphlet from the Sioux Indian Museum and Crafts Center which provides more information and pictures of authentic moccasins.  ED2021-112 (Moccasins) image
25 ED2021-114 Kimono A pink kimono (A) from Japan. Accent colors include light purple, dark green, orange, white, black, and gold. Images of flowers, cranes, ribbons, and wheelbarrows cover the fabric. Also includes a pink belt (B) to tie around the waist after putting on the kimono. ED2021-114 (Kimono) image
26 ED2021-115 Kimono A long, black kimono from Japan. Accent colors include red, blue, green, and white. Images of flowers, leaves, and berries cover the fabric. There is no manufacturer tag. ED2021-115 (Kimono) image
27 ED2021-127 Shoes A pair of black, kung fu shoes (A,B). Kung fu shoes are lightweight with plastic or rubber soles to help people grip the floor when practicing kung fu, tai chi, or similar activities. This particular pair are size 26 in China (size 10 for children in the United States) and have hard, brown, plastic soles. On the sole is the name of the brand (Gongfu), the words "Made in China", and the size of the shoes (26). ED2021-127 (Shoes) image
28 ED2021-131 Geta A pair of geta shoes (A,B) from Japan. This set, likely a tourist piece, contain 2 wooden prongs on the bottom and red-covered rope on the top to keep the feet in place. These wooden sandals originate from Japan and were used for various reasons throughout the centuries such as distinguishing rank among officials and keeping kimonos from dragging on the ground. ED2021-131 (Geta) image
29 ED2021-146 Slippers A pair of red and brown Bosnian slippers called priglavci.  ED2021-146 (Slippers) image
30 ED2021-163 Poncho A cream-colored poncho with teal and black accent colors, likely from Latin America. Around the edge of the poncho is fringe, and the accent colors seem to make a pattern of various animals and designs around the body of the garment.
31 ED2021-164 Vest A brown vest with cream and brown accent colors, likely from Latin America. Features of this vest include a collar around the neckline, strings with tassels near the opening to tie the garment together, two front pockets, and fringe around the bottom edge. ED2021-164 (Vest) image
32 ED2021-168 Scarf A Tibetan offering scarf (also known as hada or khata) made of white silk. The fabric features darker white designs and phrases written in Tibetan. The card with the object reads: "A hada (also pronounced khata) is a long piece of silk used as a greeting gift. In Tibet, it is customary to present hada to guests, especially on the occasions of weddings and funerals. It is also common when younger people visit older people, when worshipping Buddha statues, and when bidding farewell to guests. They are usually white, which represents purity and luck. ED2021-168 (Scarf) image
33 ED2021-17 Yukata Light blue with floral design in dark blue on hem and sleeves. A Yukata is a lightweight kimono worn in the summer months. Kanji written on the inside of the right hand side of the collar.  ED2021-17 (Yukata) image
34 ED2021-183 Moccasins A pair of light-tan, children's moccasins (A, B) with a red, yellow, white, and black border around the heel. From the Minnetonka brand.
35 ED2021-184 Jersey A Corcaigh (Cork County) hurling jersey from Ireland. The front contains the words "O'Neills" and "O2" and images of the Corcaigh logo and the GAA (Gaelic Athletic League) logo. The back says "Corcaigh" across the upper back. It is a child's size 9-10 and is red, navy blue, and white colored. It cost €37.00 and was purchased from O'Neills.
36 ED2021-185 Wool A roll of cream-colored Aran wool from Ireland, from the Tivoli brand. Aran wool famously is used to make Aran wool sweaters which originate from Ireland.
37 ED2021-19 Kurti Tunic (a) and pants (b). Casual clothing set worn by women in India. Black with allover floral design.  ED2021-19 (Kurti) image
38 ED2021-24 Scarf Large, rectagular scarf from India. Dyed and printed using batik and block printing techniques. Black, beige, and red.  ED2021-24 (Scarf) image
39 ED2021-34 Bindi 9 multi-color bindi on a product card.  ED2021-34 (Bindi) image
40 ED2021-54 Glasses Children's eye glasses from the 1930s. The glass pieces are rimmed in a gold color and the ear pieces are very looped, almost resembling a candy cane shape. ED2021-54 (Glasses) image
41 ED2021-57 Shell, Sea A plastic bag containing 8 shell halves (clam shells) of varying sizes and a smaller, plastic bag containing about 22 shell buttons. 6 of the shells have circle-shaped, cut-out holes from button-making. At one point in history, Muscatine, Iowa was considered the "pearl button capital of the world" since its location on the Mississippi river provided a lot of clam shells for pearl button manufacturing. (Items: A-E, G-I= shells, F = small bag of shell button cut outs). ED2021-57 (Shell, Sea) image
42 ED2021-87 Apron A vintage flour sack apron/bib for a child. It is made from a thin, fabric material that is has a light blue color, a white floral design, and white thread. There are only 2 strands (one on each side of the waistline) to tie together around the back of the child and one pocket on the right side. ED2021-87 (Apron) image
43 ED2021-88 Scarf A scarf made of thin, sheer material and, when unfolded, is quite long and wide. The design of the scarf features alternating block sections of red, green, yellow, and purple with white-colored geometric shapes on each section. The tag reads "Khazana, Mpls - Minnesota, Tel (612) 339-4565" and was purchased for $25. Khazana is a boutique in Minneapolis which sells international items, namely from India. ED2021-88 (Scarf) image