Serrated diamonds Blanket-rug

Maker and role
Artist: Navajo, Native American

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Natural and dyed wool
Credit line
Bequest of Marion Koogler McNay
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Further information
Navajo textiles experienced profound changes in the 1870s when traders brought, among other items, commercially made yarns, chemical dyes, manufactured cloth, and Rio Grande blankets. This Navajo blanket-rug draws inspiration from the Saltillo Rio Grande style, with an elaborate pattern of serrated diamonds and zigzags.


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