woven

c.1860

This Saltillo sarape is of fine quality. It can be described as a Classic Saltillo Sarape: the center is composed of a concentric diamond; the field is a vertical mosaic; and the border is a...

1910-1930

Serape. Description: Serape, wool with cotton, and cotton fringe. Mexico 19th century. Many colors, commercial dyes. Green rose, red, yellow, blues, lavendars, white. History: the Serape belonged...

c.1920

purse (beaded bag). Description: a: bag made from wool paisley shawl; paisley is olive, red, gold, and light blue colored (faded); pattern is embroidered over with markasite beads, both back and...

2001

Black Kente scarf with green, yellow, red and white stripes. Repeating design of stripes alternating with yellow abstract motif on black background. On both ends is a red and yellow supplementary...

c.1937

Navy blue bathrobe, in a patterned weave, worn by Thomas F. Scally. A: Robe, edged around the shawl collar, front, cuffs and decorative trefoils at either pocket in blue and white cord; robe...

c.1910

Adult woman's black bathing suit, made of wool plain weave, and trimmed with two bands of small white and black braid around the short puffed sleeves, and the square neck. The bathing suit...

c.1972

Card woven coat of linen. Card weaving is thick and produces related, but dissimilar patterns on the surface and the back of the fabric. This coat is made of multicolored linen, primarily gray,...

1985

Coat is pieced and appliqued wool, with knit linear details. The artist takes commercially-made wool cloth, and treats it with heat, water, and friction to give the fabric a felt-like appearance...

1965-1968

This woman's coat does not close. It is open in the front with two (2) large buttons that appear to be mother-of-pearl, on either side in the front. There is a large patch pocket on either...

c. 1895

A ready made bow tie of green, black, purple and white stripes, fancy weave silk. On the reverse there is an "R" to signify which side is "right," and a metal hook that would have fit over the...

c. 1895

A ready made bow tie of white, green, yellow, purple, black, blue, pink plaid, fancy weave silk. On the reverse there is an "R" to signify which side is "right," and a metal hook that would have...

c. 1890-1915

The vest has a shawl collar (broad at the bottom curve and stitched down), the style worn for dress or formal occasions. There's a small pocket on either side in the front. There are four...

c. 1890-1915

This textured, cream colored, fancy weave vest has a low shawl collar, the style worn for dress or formal occasions. There's a small pocket on either side in the front.There are four machine...

c. 1970-1985

Woven basket with a lid and carrying rope. It has a split bamboo base. The lid is reinforced with crossed stick on the top. The bottom and the lid have loops throught which the carrying rope is...

1970

Retangular lace piece woven from yellow surveyor's tape.

1986

Basket woven from clear plastic tubing. Square base with round opening.

1986

Covered basket woven from ash splints covered with a transfer print of rice paper. Basket itself is blue, top is brown, and transfers on sides are green on white.

Netted Newspaper
1975

Rectangular weaving made of newspaper strips wrapped in plastic; woven through a looping and wrapping method.

1970

Square woven basket made of dyed craft paper. Paper is brown with some green dye.

1992

Tall rectangular yellow basket with opening at top. Made from ash splints covered with a transfer print on rice paper. There is an image of a blue knight on one side and blue text with two small...

Pachenko
1996

Woven basket made with ash splints. Strips have a multicolored transfer print in white, black red, green and blue on rice paper. Basket is woven into a cube with loose strips at top center,...

1985

Jacquard woven textile. Repetative print of an animal (?) figure holding a flag throughout. The fabric is divided into three sections of color: red, pink and white. Figures are gold on the red...

1989

Woven jaquard textile mounted to a framed canvas. Textile has a repetative print throughout on a maroon background that gradually becomes copper colored at one end. There are two yellow...

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