Huipil (uncut) (Guatemala), 1900–1950

Square panel made of three lengths of plain cloth, stitched together side by side, each with supplementary weft patterning in closely set horizontal rows of stylized human and bird figures. Design in thick multi-ply cotton yarns in white, red, and yellow on dark blue ground. Plain selvage on either side of each length; loom-finished on the top and bottom.

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