"The Story of Navaho Weaving" by Kate Peck Kent with Model Loom and Plaited Rope
|Title and Author/Editor||The Story of Navaho Weaving (Kate Peck Kent)|
|Publisher||The Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Art|
|Period||Mid-20th Century, 1960s, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||Phoenix, AZ|
|Additional Notes||Also includes a sample model of woven wool on a simple loom, as well as a group of plaited ropes illustrating various braid techniques.|
- tight binding; page toning and scattered foxing; edge wear; bowing; ink inscription; residue; woven textile with discoloration, frayed threads, and fiber residue; faded ink and toning to tag labels on sample plaited ropes.
- measures The Story of Navaho Weaving.