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English: HIMALAYAS  Sul-ma, woman’s woollen dress (detail), Ladakh, late 19th/early 20th century. Bill Liske Collection. Thigma tie-dye designs are found in Tibet and the Indian trans-Himalayan regions of Ladakh, Zanskar, Spiti and Himachal Pradesh. Known as a sul-ma, this style of garment, made from strips of snambu cloth patterned with thigma tie-dyed circles and cruciform motifs, was originally exclusive to the Ladakhi royal family, becoming more generally worn late in the 19th century.
Date late 19th/early 20th century.
Source https://hali.com/news/around-the-world-in-tie-dye/?mc_cid=e9d297ef2f&mc_eid=d6213a7b73
Author Bill Liske Collection. Made by unknown Ladakh weavers
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Sul-ma, woman’s tie-dye woollen dress (detail), Ladakh, late 19th/early 20th century.

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