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Plains Indian Museum

Makers
Chihuahua Northern Mexico
Descriptions
Red 1061 yellow 526 dyes 4 black 554 orange 203 colors 11 dark blue 127 White 769 wool 622 sage green cotton 256 sections hand sewn 13 yarns 2 tan 66 light blue 69 commercial 81
Names
blanket or rug
Subjects
stripes 197 bands 37 diamonds 119 stepped triangles 17
Dimensions:
L: 108.5 in, width: 87.625 in
Remarks:
FUNCTION: Structures and Furnishings: Dwellings and Furnishings. Made of 3 29" wide sections hand sewn together, cotton and wool yarns, commercial dyes, basic pattern of red and black stripes interspersed with tan, orange and dark blue; wide red center band with 2 diamond shapes made up of stepped triangles in sage green, orange with yellow, dark blue with light blue and tan with white; black band near each end has 2 diamond shapes made up of stepped triangles in tan with whtie, dark blue with light blue and orange with yellow and a narrow orange with yellow center stripe; top and bottom edges are turned under and hand hemmed.
Accession Number:
NA.302.95

Not currently on display

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June 2014 - New Items
June 2014 - New Items - Curated by Seth Johnson


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