A NAVAJO WOMAN'S WEARING BLANKET. c. 1880...
woven of native handspun wool in shades of ivory, tan, brown, indigo blue, and aniline red, with a Third Phase Chief's pattern, composed of nine finely terraced diamond elements, overlaying three striped panels, all against a narrow banded ground, old cloth tag attached with ink inscription, Styer
Dimensions: 58 ½ x 47 ½ inches
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Service and Handling Description: Miscellaneous Collectibles, Large (view shipping information)