This banded robe from the Pendleton Woolen Mills archives first debuted in 1904. It was offered again in 1920, during the Golden Age of the Native American Trade Blanket. Its sawtooth pattern of mountain peaks and crooked rivers represents landscape of central Oregon's Ochoco Mountains. This area, home to bald eagles, hawks and falcons, was once a travel route and hunting ground for the Shoshone/Pauite people. Reverses for two dramatically different looks.
64" x 80"
Unnapped, felt bound
Pure virgin wool/cotton
Fabric woven in our American mills
Made in USA
About Pendleton: Pendleton is a family-owned company established in 1863 and headquartered in Portland, Oregon. For more than 100 years, we’ve been weaving world-class woolens in our two Pacific Northwest mills. Along with fine wool blankets, apparel and accessories, we also offer an array of other luxury fabrics, all, backed by our "Warranted to be a Pendleton" assurance of quality.