Yinzi or tabet 1885 This garment would have been worn as a breast cloth, forming an ensemble, as shown, with a wrap skirt and jacket. The garment dates from the reign of King Thibaw (r. 1878-1885), the last ruler of the Konbaung dynasty. It was found in the apartment of Queen Supayalat, the chief queen of King Thibaw, by the donor's husband, Colonel Pollard, who was a member of the British force that annexed upper Burma in 1885.

Yinzi or tabet

Yinzi (breast cloth) or tabet (stole) of silk acheik-luntaya hand-woven tapestry weave, Mandalay, ca.

Thai Dress, Traditional Dresses, Myanmar Traditional Dress, Simple Dresses, Burmese, Simple Gowns

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Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses, Burmese

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

Myanmar Traditional Dress, Traditional Dresses

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