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Pendleton Diamond Scarf

$69.00 Sale Price:   $24.99

Price: $69.00 Sale Price:   $24.99

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Oregon’s Pendleton Woolen Mills got its start selling woven wool blankets and robes to Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest, with designs that reflected Native American mythologies and preferences. This original diamond pattern represents the four winds, and the hooked images inside the large diamonds are a common symbol of luck and prosperity.


100% virgin wool. Made in U.S.A. 64"L x 11"W.


Dry-clean.


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Pendleton Diamond Scarf
 
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5.0

Beautiful colors and craftsmanship

By Peeps

from LI, NY

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Pros

  • Great quality
  • Nice design

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    • Accessory
    • Winter scarf

    Comments about Pendleton Diamond Scarf:

    Purchased on sale - to be a gift to a friend who will just love the colors and quality of this scarf. It is mid-weight knit scarf, which should be very versatile accessory. It's a unique classic that will last a lifetime.

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    5.0

    Beautiful and excellent quality

    By Linda D.

    from Albuquerque, NM

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        Comments about Pendleton Diamond Scarf:

        I gave this scarf to my husband for Christmas, and it was a real hit. Gorgeous piece - classic Native American style design, high quality. Would look good on either gender.

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