Wool Blanket, Robe, or Shawl. Tribal Native American Chief Joseph.
Geometric Pattern Farmhouse Country Cottage Bedcover. A Large, Colorful Pendleton Wool Blanket In The Geometric Chief Joseph Pattern. Chief Joseph Led The Nez Perce Tribe Native To Northeastern Oregon In The Late 1800S.Widely Admired For Protecting His People And Speaking The Truth, He Is Honored With This Design, Symbolizing Bravery. The Combination Of Beauty, Quality, Durability And The Superior Warmth Of Their Wool Blankets Earned Pendleton A Reputation For Superb Craftsmanship And Quality, Which Continues To Be A Hallmark Of The Pendleton Brand Today. Marked Beaver State, Pendleton Woolen Mills. No holes or spots or stains. The wool is pilled in numerous places (small balls) especially around the edges (see last photo as an example--the pilling could be removed by cutting the pilled balls off). There Is The Same Pattern On Both Sides. History Of Beaver State Label.
The Beaver State Label Refers To The Long Relationship Between Native Americans And Pendleton Woolen Mills. A Relationship That Has Lasted For Over 100 Years. This Label Is Reserved For Pendleton's Native-Inspired Robes, Shawls, And Saddle Blankets.
(Cited From: Pendleton Woolen Mill Store Website). Brown With Red, Orange, Yellow, White And Green Decorations. Measures Approx 44" x 70". Please See All Photos For Complete Description & Condition. The item "Beaver State Pendleton Oregon Wool Blanket Tribal Native American Chief Joseph" is in sale since Friday, June 5, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Linens & Textiles (1930-Now)\Bed & Bath Linens\Blankets". The seller is "larrington" and is located in Long Beach, California. This item can be shipped to United States.