Barry Friedman Indian Trade & Camp Blankets
Buy/Sell Pre-1942 Vintage Indian Trade & Camp Blankets from Pendleton, Beacon & More! Author of Chasing Rainbows:Collecting American Trade & Camp Blankets and…
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Martin Scorsese’s movie Killers Of The Flower Moon based on the excellent book of the same name is currently being filmed in Oklahoma. I have supplied all the vintage American Indian pattern blankets for the film. The movie has a remarkable cast with the two most prominent names being Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. The photo is of Osage Indian women wearing striped Pendleton shawls c. 1915
1911 J. Capps coat - Rattlesnake pattern. Thanks to Dale Vest for the picture of this incredibly rare coat!
Uggs I supplied the design for - September 2019 - go buy your pair pronto!
Trade blanket c. 1895 by an unknown manufacturer - this is a landmark piece of textile art.
An extraordinary one of a kind Pendleton wool Indian trade blanket c. 1910
Contact me if you're buying or selling pre-1942 Indian trade and camp blankets!
My first book was published in 2002. It only took me 12 years to publish Volume Two!
The cover of my new book features a Pendleton Woolen Mills trade blanket circa 1910. Book ordering info is on my website at barryfriedmanblankets.com
My books are found in all the best places...contemporary glass icon Dale Chihuly's headquarters in Seattle.
My daughters attempting to mangle the world's pinkest Beacon camp blanket!
I supplied the design for the 2017 Burton Trick Pony snowboard.
The earliest pictorial Indian trade blanket in existence. Made in 1895 by a unknown manufacturer.
Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones is the picture of bad health in a coat made from a vintage Beacon blanket
An eyepopping late 1920s Beacon cotton camp blanket
Cardboard label that would have been attached to every Pendleton blanket c. 1905
The oddest Indian pattern I've ever encountered - Oregon City Woolen Mills 1920s
Very rare Racine Woolen Mills Sioux pattern c. 1910