- Museum number
Sarape of thickly woven wool, with fringe, in two sections, made on treadle loom. Red central scalloped roundel with decoration of zig-zags and diamonds composed of black, white, green and yellow dots. White background, composed of diamond-shaped dotted patterning in black and red. Border at top and bottom in series of alternately thick and thin lines in red, yellow, black and white. Jetted row of circles on one of the thicker red lines on each border.
- Production date
- 19thC(late) (?)
Length: 238 centimetres (with fringes)
Length: 212 centimetres
Width: 166 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