This vintage, early mid-century Saltillo blanket boasts a playful color scheme with a unique center peice. The traditional Saltillo blankets were made in the Mexican state of Coahuila in north-eastern Mexico near the city of Saltillo often consisting of a dark base color with bands of yellow, orange, red, blue, green, purple or other bright colors. The ends are usually fringed. The technique to make stunning blankets has been passed on through the generations and it is hard to find two serape blankets woven exactly the same.
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