|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
San Andres Semetabaj
Department of Solola
|Culture Area:||Central American|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from Lilly de Jongh Osborne, 1942|
|Other Number:||241 - Other Number|
Huipil for a woman of lowest class made of two panels without a randa. Neck cut out and bound with commercial figured ribbon with applied points stitched in turquoise silk. Dark blue cotton with brocaded bands of parallel zigzags in rose, dark green, greenish yellow and red cotton and deeprose and lavender silk. Separated by narrow stripes of small links made of red cotton. Red cotton thread-madder dye [Robert Carlsen 1984].
As per Sigrid Meier, "Warp: 42 epi, three singles, Z twist, blue cotton. Weft: 22 ppi, three singles, Z twist, blue cotton. Warp predominantly plain weave. Supplementary weft is single faced. Two panels, four selvedges each. Woven on a backstrap loom."
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