"Grandeur" Pendleton Blanket

NO LONGER BEING MADE  

 

Your purchase of this blanket directly benifits The

American Indian College fund, which supports

thousands of students.

The eagle, a symbol of strength and power and

messenger to the heavens, is a long-revered totem

for the Din'e. The signifiance of the eagle inspired

student Sampson Frank to design this beautiful blanket,

the first in our new Student series. Much of Sampson's

work is inspired by his father's drawings and work as a

silversmith and his mother's intricate quilts and other

crafs. The step design in the center, influenced by the

traditional rugs woven by Sampson's grandmother, is the

backdrop for the eagle feathers that are used in Din'e

ceremonies.

Made in the USA

Dimensions are 66 x 39

Price: $200.00

Shipping Cost: $15.00

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