Eighth Generation X John Henry Gloyne & The Museum of the Cherokee Indian
-2-sided design -Covers top of Queen Size bed (59 in x 78 in/ 200 cm x 150 cm) -Colors include cream, burgundy, & terra cotta -Microsuede Edge Band -100% wool pile; 100% polyester warp -Designed in collaboration with John Henry Gloyne (Eastern Band Cherokee, Osage, Pawnee) -Imported -Dry Clean Product Care: Recommended care is Dry Clean Only. However, you can rinse your blanket on a gentle, cold setting. Hang dry away from direct sunlight. Clean liquid stains immediately with warm water and mild detergent.
Never use harsh chemicals or scrub wool. Store blanket away from direct sunlight.
About Eighth Generation:
Eighth Generation is the fastest-growing Native-owned business in the US and Canada, providing an ethical alternative to “Native-inspired” art through its artist-centric approach and 100% Native designed products. Founded in 2008 By Louie Gong (Nooksack) and purchased by the Snoqualmie Tribe in 2019, Eighth Generation is the first Native-owned company to ever produce wool blankets, the first Native-owned company to create wool blankets in Seattle, and sets the gold standard for how big businesses work with cultural artists through their Decolonizing Partnerships Model. With a flagship retail store in Seattle's iconic Pike Place Market—Eighth Generation is a proud participant in the global economy.
About John Henry Gloyne:
Born on the Qualla Boundary and raised in the Yellowhill community, John Henry Gloyne is an artist with a focus on tattooing, painting, and wood carving. Gloyne has been a tattoo artist for 18 years and learned woodcarving under Bud Smith, who learned from Amanda Crowe. Working in a variety of styles and mediums, he finds himself embedded in Indigenous themes, specifically Southeastern. Gloyne's current work focuses on expanding upon and honoring Indigenous themes. His art is a reaction to his upbringing, his surroundings, and is a channel to feel connected to the past, present, and future of the Cherokee universe.