Woven plain for a gift to a Hopi bride, the embroidery is added over time...
Handspun native wool and aniline dye put this in the Transitional period of 1875-1880, as does the indigo blue dye which stopped being used about 1885.
The shades of green are made with a yellow vegetal or plant dye, immersed in dilute indigo...
Handspun native wool is aniline dyed red, natural white and Indigo blue...
4'4" by 6'4". Fine condition, minor restoration, clean.
An expensive blanket when new, it would be sold to a wealthy individual of the day.
Buyer pays $25.00 for shipping and insurance.
Handspun native wool is aniline dyed with red and green, the center is beautiful natural rich brown wool.
Spider Woman crosses of green really move in the deep red borders.
41" by 47", would have been for a small lady. Hand this on the wall as modern art!
Excellent clean condition, minor restoration.
Buyer pays $30.00 for shipping and insurance.