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Dates: 1885-1895
Size: 211 x 126 cm; (handspun) 10 warps(comma) 26 wefts; (commercial) 10 warps(comma) 30 wefts
Description: Eyedazzler designs are known for their unusually bright colors and intricate designs that create an optical effect. The bright colors are a result of Germantown(comma) PA(comma) wool yarns that were traded/supplied to Navajo weavers predominantly during the Transitional Period (1880-1895). Blankets from the Transitional Period are characterized by banded ends. This version has a stepped diamond design created in shades of orange(comma) white(comma) purple(comma) gray(comma) green(comma) beige(comma) and red. It was purchased in 1895 by Earl Morris.

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