Hand embroidered mirror patches of textile (also called galla)
These patches are often used in modern day Tribal Belly dance costuming, Boho, Bohemian accessories.
"Mirrors" are smokey, there are a "few" cracks, but this adds to the authentic vintage ethnic look.
Ethnic nomadic patchwork from Kutch Banjara Tribal area around Rajasthan India.
Approximately 5 x 4
Here is ONE example of what to use them for
If you aren't sure how to use them for costuming click here to see some images in our Pinterest account
Due to the nature of the designs and how they are crafted, there will be slight imperfections in design, markings, color, size. Due to the age of the item there will be imperfections, but pictures represent appropriately.
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