Historic Navajo Baby Blanket: Classic period : GHT 2300
This small Navajo weaving is very special. It is a classic blanket from the nineteenth century and was woven for a baby. It is finely woven and has very little wear.
Woven with white and indigo dyed homespun, 2 shades of red from natural dyed bayetta and a light peach colored bayetta.
When folded the center meets to match the design. This special blanket could have been used in a cradleboard.
|Style||Wearables: Manta, Serape, Child|
|Size||29″ x 24″|
|Item #||GHT 2300|
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