river Anyui, village Takhsale
late 19th - early 20th century
Leather (fish); paint
length 104.0; length of hem 233.0
The women’s robe “amiri” is made from keta salmon skin, kimono style. The back and collar are decorated with a fish skin appliqué painted blue, with an ornament of stylized images of tiger’s head, birds, and snakes. According to the collector, the robe was owned by a middle-aged woman wand was called ututsun (utesoo), which is the Nanai for “without decorations on the back”.
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