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Blouse

Huipil

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Native Name:
Huipil
Object Number:
42-35-190
Current Location:
Collections storage
Culture:
Cakchiquel
Provenience:
Guatemala
San Juan Sacatepequez
Department of Guatemala
Culture Area:
Central America
Date Made:
20th century
Early Date:
1900
Late Date:
1933
Section:
American
Materials:
Cotton
Silk
Iconography:
Animal
Eagle
Description:
Woven cotton and silk huipil (blouse) of red ground with red, yellow and lavender stripes. Made of two pieces with randa, elaborate shoulder band of stylized animals and double headed eagles in lavender cotton and yellow white deep rose green and purple silk, purple silk thread- purpura dye, red cotton thread- madder dye [Robert Carlsen 1984].
Credit Line:
Purchased from Lilly de Jongh Osborne
Other Number:
116   -   Other Number

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Silent Language of Guatemalan Textiles (1985 - 1986)
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