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Button blanket. Rectangular, dark blue blanket with two vertical black stripes as background for images of 11 small frogs surrounding two large front facing birds (owls?), wings slightly spread, all cut out of red fabric and sewn to the blanket. The eyes of each animal are white shell buttons; their faces have been drawn in what appears to be graphite. The same red fabric lines the top and edges of the blanket, with two rows of white buttons decorating the upper corners. The top centre edge is covered with tan and red fabric, with two cloth ties attached to each side. The back of the blanket is undecorated.


Rroughly dated to the late 1800s or early 1900s, based on the design and technique.

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