Navajo Child's Blanket with Cochineal Dye and Bayeta Yarn c. 1870-80s, 45" x 30" (T90709-1022-084)


Additional Information

  • Circa: 1870-80s
  • Size: 45'' x 30'' x 0.0''
Cochineal-dyed, raveled Bayeta (darker shade at one end). This weaving has faint spotting and staining. The selvage is good with some edge, weft and corner wear. The warp count is 8, and the weft count is 40, per inch. Acquired from a private collection in Florida. Published in "Weavings for the Children" on page 19.

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