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This 19th C. Tibetan Blanket Antique Textile Art that uses a flat weaving process better known through Central Asian Tribal textiles. This Blanket style can be course or smooth depending on the purpose. A courser weave is often looser and used for feed bags, etc or animal blankets. The smoother style, the wool is hand spun tighter, thus when making the blanket the weave is tight. Smoother will mean Tibetan sheep wool. Always alittle heavy cosidering the nature of Tibet.

Common is the natural wool base with indigo vertical lines. Notice at the edge of the top is a red tab, this was for telling which way the head is to lay.