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Name:Navajo Blanket Pony
Item:WG-1464
Manufacturer:Westland Giftware
Artist:Tomasko, Barbara
Herd:1
Released:January 2003
Retired:March 2004
Highest Issue:2/7742
Notes:Native Pony
Material:Ceramic
After receiving a degree from the Boston Museum School of Fine Art, New Englander Barbara Tomasko Quimby moved to Wagon Mound, New Mexico, where she fell in love with the native cultures and people of the West. Admiring the artistry displayed by Navajo women weaving fabulous blankets with thread on loom, she was moved to create this tribute, incorporating the color and design "of day and night, of deserts flat and mountain height."


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