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Sandie's collection

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ss13 Jpeg 54K Half of a double ikat designed by Patricia (Cheesman) Naenna.  Nobody likes it but me!
A portion of a silk double ikat scarf from the workshop of Patricia (Cheesman) Naenna. Lush aniline dye hues of turquoise, purple, and hot pink. A
"kop" (frog man) is shown in a skeletal design, with more affinity with Island Southeast Asia than T'ai.

Alas, I am the only one I know with a love of this oddly structured, boldly colored, scarf. Is it the colors, as fresh today as they were when I bought
it, or the almost X-ray crouching "kop," that disconcert? Perhaps...

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