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Large beige wool blanket with long wool fringe at one end. Six stripes of fabric (four brown, one red and one dark blue) are incorporated into the body of the blanket (after weaving). The red stripe also has a green piece of fabric woven in with it. (The thick twisted fringe has lost some pieces.)


From the Thorne hop farm collection, Brackendale. Collected by the previous owners at the turn of the last century. Partial funding for this acquisition came from a donation by Dr. B. Focht and funds from the estate of G.W. Alcock.

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