Striking Textile of an Indian Chief | Made by Schwab & Co. of New York | Circa 1906

Indian Chief Sagamore
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Indian Chief Sagamore
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Striking Textile of an Indian Chief | Made by Schwab & Co. of New York | Circa 1906

1,250.00

Frame Size (H x L): 31” x 31”  
Textile Size (H x L): 21” x 21”

Offered is a lithographed textile made by Schwab & Co. of New York.  It is made of linen and dates to 1906.  It features a striking profile view of an Indian chief.  Printed along the bottom of the textile is an overprint that states “(Indian Chief) Sagamore”.  Sagamore is a term that refers to the paramount chief among the Algonquians or other North American tribes of the northeast.         

Conservation Process: This textile was hand sewn to cotton fabric, and both were hand sewn to a mounting board.  To prevent the black dye in the cotton fabric from seeping into the textile, it was first washed in a standard wash and then in a dye setting wash.  The textile is positioned behind a UV resistant acrylic, and spaced apart therefrom using spacers. 

Frame: This offering is in our Medium Brown with Gold Accents Frame.  However, it can be reframed and would look great using any one of our Medium Frames, which are shown in the final image.  The pricing associated with the different framing options may vary.  Reframing of an offering may delay shipment by up to two weeks.   

Condition Report: This textile is in excellent condition.    

Collectability Level: The Great – Perfect for Rising Collectors  
Date of Origin: 1906

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