|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Southwest Culture Area|
|Date Made:||ca. 1880-1890|
|Credit Line:||Exchange with Denver Art Museum, 1959|
|Other Number:||RN-110-G - Other Number|
Late phase, Moki-style woman's Chief blanket. Two-ply (bayeta?) blue-gray wool. The background is small blue-gray and black stripes interspersed approximately every fifteen centimeters with stripes containing white wefts. In the center is a large stepped-diamond design element with white, blue-gray and red stripes. At each corner of the blanket and in the middle of the two length-sides half this design element appears. The edges are overcast with blue-gray overhand stitching.
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