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1.67.76
Southwest | Dine | Navajo | ...
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1.67.76 | c. 1890 | Diameter: 14.25 in, H: 4.5 in | Gift of The Coe Foundation | Navajo wedding basket of coiled weave, circular, natural color with darker brown geometric design throughout, c. 1890. Supposedly made by the Southern Ute and traded to the Navajo. Gift of above source, 1967 Catalog No. 494.(this was typed over 999) | Coiled sumac basket over a three rod sumac bundle foundation with a herringbone rim finish and dyed sumac design. The hole in the basket is probably from hanging (Bryn Potter: 7/2013- AMD). | 1.67.76.jpg | Coiled | geometric | Woven | basket | Sumac | dye | Southwest | Dine | Navajo | Southern Ute

NA.302.185
Navajo | Dine | rug | wool
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NA.302.185 | ca. 1910-1920 | L: 157 in, width: 112 in | Gift of the A. Phimister Proctor Museum with thanks to Alex Holbein | Large Navajo woven textile. Probably woven in the Nazilini Ganado trade area. Colors used are gray, black, white, tan and red. The color gray is used as the background color. The three boarder colors are white, black and tan. A serrated diamond outline is the basic geometric design. The design colors are red, tan, and gray. Homespun wool is used as the weaving material. The black and white are natural colors supon into the gray color; the tan is a vegetal dye. The red color is acquired by dyieing the white natural wool with an anilini red dye. The textile is in lower fair condition. Major problems are; edge damage on both ends, burn marks, and sever vermin areas where the damage results in holes, a major stain along one border. The textile was collected byt he noted sculptor-artist Alexander Phimister Proctor (1862-1950), supposedly used as a tipi rug. circa 1910-1920 | na.302.185.jpg | Woven | serrated | Diamond | rug | wool | Navajo | Dine

1.67.81
Dine | Navajo | Southwest | ...
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1.67.81 | c. 1890 | Diameter: 12.25 in, H: 4 in | Gift of The Coe Foundation | Credit Line: Gift of The Coe Foundation. Navajo wedding basket of coiled weave, circular, natural color with darker brown geometric design throughout, c. 1890. Supposedly made by Southern Ute and traded to Navajo. Gift of above source, 1967 Catalog No. 493. | Coiled sumac Navajo-style wedding basket over a three rod willow or sumac foundation with a herringbone rim finish and a dyed sumac design. Evidence of corn meal in the basket may mean Navajo ceremonial use (Bryn Potter: 7/2013- AMD). | 1.67.81.jpg | geometric | wedding basket | basket | dye | Willow | Sumac | Dine | Navajo | Southwest

19.00.124
Ute | Paiute | Navajo | Sout...
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19.00.124 | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Fenn | basket (bowl with brown stripe and black serrations above and below). | Coiled sumac basket on a three rod sumac or willow foundation. The wedding basket style design is dyed sumac, and the rim is a herringbone weave finish. Commonly referred to as a Navajo basket, they were also made by the Ute and Paiute (Bryn Potter: 7/2013- AMD). | 19.00.124.jpg | basket | dye | Sumac | Ute | Paiute | Navajo | Southwest | Dine