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T0481
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Mantas were a fundamental piece of women’s clothing, worn as a dress or over the shoulders as a blanket. The elaborate red and green embroidered borders are a mirror image of one another, standing out against the contrasting black background. Weavers from the Acoma pueblo were known for their superior skills, making their textiles extremely desirable.
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length 38.5 in ; width 43 in
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