- Museum number
Woven sarape; cotton warp and wool weft, with finger-knotted warp fringing. Made from two joined sections of cloth. Central circular shape mainly black, with dark and light blue and red arrow shapes. Main field in blue, black and white striped zig-zag design with border of multi-coloured diagonal patterns. On each fringed edge is a striped strip in blue, black, red and white.
- Production date
- 1900 (circa?)
Length: 228 centimetres (with fringes)
Length: 200 centimetres
Width: 114 centimetres
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
Exhibited in the British Museum BP Exhibition Showcase: 'Mexican Textiles' (1997)?
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Majority of collection sold to the Franz Mayer Museum, Mexico City. Collection made by vendor's father whilst diplomat in Mexico, 1902-1906.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number