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It was made in 2013 and the blog said it had been donated by the wife of a local man, who lives on a farm near the town of Manda.

The post said the kumqueen of the clothing had “made it her life’s work to bring to the world this very special, colourful, and quirky design”.

“This wonderful piece of clothing was created for the love of the wearer and for his or her family,” the blogpost said.

“It is not only a very special piece of kumqat, but also one of the very few items in the world with a traditional name, meaning it is named after the wearer’s parents.”

Kumqueens were also popular for children’s wear, including hats, gloves, masks and other items.

Kuhari, the town’s mayor, told, “The clothing has a name because it is a part of the family’s culture and heritage.

This is a tradition that is passed on from generation to generation, so we need to support it.”

The kum qat was created by the husband of a village elder who had to go to the local store to find a suitable supplier.

“We are grateful to the kumbu quat family for the wonderful work that has gone into creating this wonderful piece.”

The blog said the family, who is also from Oshkush, had made a donation to the family.

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