From: Arizona | Navajo Reservation

Curatorial Section: American

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Native Name Diyogi
Object Number 76-23-1
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Navajo
Provenience Arizona | Navajo Reservation
Culture Area Southwest Culture Area
Date Made ca. 1850
Section American
Materials Wool | Dye | Cochineal Dye
Technique Handspun | Woven | Dyed

Poncho serape. Classic design of terraced concentric triangles, diamonds and zigzags arranged in an all-over integrated composition in crimson, blue and white. Warp: handspun wool - white. Weft: handspun wool - white, indigo - dyed blue; raveled worsted bayeta - crimson, lac and cochineal dye.

Length 176.5 cm
Width 145 cm
Credit Line Gift of Theodore and Deborah Newbold, 1976
Other Number L-553-1 - Old Loan Number

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