A LATE CLASSIC NAVAJO MAN'S WEARING BLANKET. finely woven with handspun wool in natural ivory and dark brown, indigo blue, ravelled flannel and commercial wool in aniline and (small amounts of) cochineal red, with a Chief's Second Phase design, composed of striped panels and stacked bar elements against a classic banded ground.
Classic Navajo Man's Wearing Blanket, Bayeta Serape, Four Corners Area - handspun Churro wool in natural ivory and indigo blue, raveled bayeta in indigo and sulphur-dyed green, cochineal red. 58 in. length by 46 in. width