The town of Jerome perches more than 5,000 feet above Arizona's Verde Valley. Long before the town boomed with prospectors in the 1880s, the territory was home to the Anasazi, Apache, Hohokam and Sinagua peoples. We re-created this late 1920s blanket design from our archives and named it after the ethereal, once-notorious city of Jerome. The pattern incorporates the nine-element diamond design common to Native American weavings of the area. The original has been re-colored in vivid jewel tones that reflect the stunning Arizona landscape. Felt-bound. Twin is napped and other sizes are unnapped. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.
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