Paj ntaub wall hanging

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Titles Paj ntaub wall hanging
Description Hmong paj ntaub (pa ndau) textile art. Cotton square of green appliqué on purple and white ground. Designs include cucumber seeds and steps with additional decorations of white and purple diamonds appliqués and orange and white embroidery. Bordered by white and purple cotton bands, green and yellow mountain appliqué band with purple outer border. White cotton back. White and red tags are attached with safety pin. Made or provided by Doua Lee. Sold at Hmong Handwork, Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 70 3/8 inches length
47 5/8 inches width
Nomenclature needlework (visual works)
Materials cotton (textile)
polyester (fiber)
Creation Made by (possibly): Lee, Doua
Made in: Thailand
Subjects Retailed by: Hmong Handwork (Firm : Saint Paul, Minn.)
Retailed in: Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States
Hmong diaspora
Hmong Americans
Household. Decoration & Ornament. Wall Hangings
Dates Creation: Not earlier than 1981 - Not later than 1998 (The Hmong Handwork shop closed its doors in December 1998.)
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 2013.25.314 (Accession Number)

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