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Central American ➔ Fragment, Huipil

Identifier:
140670
Description:
White cotton open work with stripes of white woven design, small fringe on ends.;Copan is known for its tradition of gauze weaving. This is possibly one half of an unfinished huipil, a garment traditional to pre-Columbian Latin America, and still worn today. Identified by Martha Egan, Pachamama Store Owner, Albuquerque, NM; tel: 5050.898.7554.
Date:
20th century
Materials:
Cotton
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Source:
Gift Of Mrs. Ward R. Romph
Rights:

Maker/Donor
Romph, Mrs. Ward R.