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Object #2000-34/1
Object nameDress, Hopikwsa
Culture of OriginHopi
MaterialsWool, Dye, Dark Blue, Black, Red, Green
TechniquesTwill Weave, Sewn, Dyed, Spun
Exhibit LabelThese traditional dresses started out as blankets. Today they are often made from heavy commercial cloth and worn ceremonially, with a light under dress of cotton.
DimensionsL: 123.0 cm, W: 110.0 cm
SourceMr. John A. Putnam
CreditGift of John A. Putnam

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