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Maximillian Saltillo Serape : Historic Textile : PC 264 : 46" x 88" : (3'10" x 7'5")

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Maximillian Saltillo Serape. Merino wool with cotton warp.  Natural and aniline dyes.  Silk screened in Europe.

Saltillo serapes were worn by wealthy gentlemen, landowners and horsemen who  took pride in their pure Spanish descent.  Woven of cotton and wool in two panels with distinctive design structures, a serape required as much as two years to weave and was an expensive purchase.

Very likely originated as a riding garment. Its use was closely associated with the huge haciendas which developed in the 18th century and were particularly powerful around Saltillo.

The Emperor Maximilian introduced design motifs from France and other European countries, and these remained popular even after he was overthrown: serapes of this sort are known as “Maximilians.” Flowers, animals, motifs from classical architecture, portraits and other representational elements start to appear in serapes around this period, often combined in odd ways with traditional patterns.   

Style Saltillo Serape
Weaver Unknown
Circa 1860s
Size 46" x 88" : (3'10" x 7'5")
Item # PC 264


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