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Identifier: 
T0126
Description: 
During the mid-19th century Dine (Navajo) women used ancient design elements such as small square-stepped terraces in their weavings. They also began to use Mexican designs elements, particularly diamonds, vertical bands, and the serrated patterns. The relatively small size of this serape, as well as the delicate designs and colors, suggest it was a woman’s garment.
Physical dimensions: 
length 39.25 in ; width 57.75 in
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