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Red, green, and yellow plaid textile length with thin white and light blue stripes in the selvedges; groups of four pin holes (possibly temple holes) spaced about 2 1/2" apart


Used by the Robbins family of Lexington, MA; Inherited by Dr. Merrell L. Stout from Ellen A. Stone; Gift to the MFA, June, 1945

Credit Line

Gift of Dr. Merrell L. Stout

probably Chinese or Indian, used in America, first quarter of the 19th century

Place of Use

Lexington, Massachusetts, United States

Place of Manufacture

probably China or India


Overall: 292.1 x 75.6 cm (115 x 29 3/4 in.)

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Medium or Technique

Silk plain weave


Textiles and Fashion Arts