From: Guatemala | Todos Santos Cuchumatan | Department of Huehuetenango
Curatorial Section: American
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Provenience||Guatemala | Todos Santos Cuchumatan | Department of Huehuetenango|
|Culture Area||Central American|
|Materials||Cotton | Wool|
1960's, three panels sewn together, red and white striped cotton with thin accents of blue and orange striping in the red stripe, top third of garment is brocaded on red warp faced fabric, designs are geometric consisting of diaminds zig zags and stripes, many bright colors including royal blue, green, orange, yellow, purple and magenta, background is red warp faced fabric, neck opening turned under and sewn.
As per Sigird Meier, "Warp: 70 epi, single ply, white cotton, Z twist and 2 singles, red, yellow, cotton. Weft: 32 ppi, single, Z twist, white cotton. Warp faced plain weave. Supplement weft: single faced. 3 panels - 4 selvedges each. Made on a backstrap loom."
|Credit Line||Gift of Center of Inter-American Relations; Stanley de Jongh Osborne, Richard de Jongh Osborne and Mrs. Ford E. Smith, 1985|
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