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A MARGARET WHEELER WORK OF NATIVE AMERICAN FIBER ART
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Description
The loomed wearable art weaving described by the maker as a Ceremonial Carpet Coat, medium/large in size, inspired by traditional Chief's blanket designs, loomed in wool, lined in silk, adorned with twisted fringe.
Mahota Handwovens are created by Margaret Roach Wheeler, a Native American of Chikasaw-Choctaw descent. This work of fiber art was commissioned for a fashion show that took place at the Grand Opening of The Inn of The Anasazi in Santa Fe. It was then purchased at the Indian Market in 1991.

Measures 33 x 45 without the fringe.

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Condition
Very good condition, super clean and odor free, no mothing, damage or repair.
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A MARGARET WHEELER WORK OF NATIVE AMERICAN FIBER ART

Estimate $300 - $500
Oct 25, 2019
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Starting Price $150
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0066: A MARGARET WHEELER WORK OF NATIVE AMERICAN FIBER ART

Sold for $225
6 Bids
Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $150
Kansas City Collections, Day One
Oct 25, 2019 5:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0066 Details

Description
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The loomed wearable art weaving described by the maker as a Ceremonial Carpet Coat, medium/large in size, inspired by traditional Chief's blanket designs, loomed in wool, lined in silk, adorned with twisted fringe.
Mahota Handwovens are created by Margaret Roach Wheeler, a Native American of Chikasaw-Choctaw descent. This work of fiber art was commissioned for a fashion show that took place at the Grand Opening of The Inn of The Anasazi in Santa Fe. It was then purchased at the Indian Market in 1991.

Measures 33 x 45 without the fringe.

We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell.
Condition
...
Very good condition, super clean and odor free, no mothing, damage or repair.

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