2002_27_117.jpg

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Dates: 1920-1999
Size: 162 x 97 cm
Description: The less common Red Mesa regional style descends from Eyedazzlers of the Transitional Period (1863-1890). Eyedazzler designs are known for their unusually bright colors and intricate designs that create an optical effect. Red Mesa rugs use contrasting outlines of design features to create a similar optical effect. The typical motif is a serrated diamond. This example has geometric 2-diamond pattern with saw tooth edges woven in red(comma) cream(comma) brown(comma) black.

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“2002_27_117.jpg,” accessed March 1, 2024, https://libomeka.unm.edu/items/show/392.

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