From: Arizona | New Mexico

Curatorial Section: American

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Object Number NA3475
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Navajo
Provenience Arizona | New Mexico
Culture Area Southwest Culture Area
Section American
Materials Wool | Dye

Second phase, women's, chief style blanket in a banded, twelve spot pattern. The center has a double band of black and indigo with thin bands of red broken up by larger red rectangles with yellow hash marks enclosed. This pattern is repeated in single bands along the upper and lower edges. The background is made up of thin bands of black, gray, and white. Blue, yellow, orange, and red selvedge cords along the edges and a tassel at each corner in these same colors.

Length 153 cm
Width 115 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Mrs. Patrick Henry Ray, 1915
Other Number G198 - Other Number

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