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Mayo Serape : Historic Textile : PC 300 : 56" x 69" : (4'8" x 6'7')

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Mayo Serape.  Hand spun native wool.  Mayo are American Indians living in the coastal and foothills area in the Mexican states of Sonora and Sinaloa.

Mayo weavers sit at a horizontal loom and pull horizontal (or weft) threads through a section of vertical (or warp) threads. This weaving by sections is called the tapestry technique, and the Mayos use it to produce both sarapes and cobijas.

Style Mayo
Weaver Unknown
Circa Early 20th Century
Size 56" x 69" : (4'8" x 6'7')
Item # PC 300


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