Navajo sarape with small poncho neck slit

From the exhibition:
The Red That Colored The World

Museum of International Folk Art

Navajo sarape with small poncho neck slit, Navajo Nation, Arizona or New Mexico, mid-Classic period, ca. 1865. Red raveled wool weft yarn (one–two S-spun strands) dyed with 100 percent cochineal, 72 x 48 in.; slit length 4®Ģ in. Courtesy of The Owings Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Credit: Courtesy of The Owings Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico


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