Old wool man's kilt or apron, also used as a shoulder blanket.
A traditional man's kilt or apron, called ponchito or rodillera in Spanish, is still worn by some men, mostly in rural areas, around Lake Atitlan and in Solola, Nahuala and other rural areas of Guatemala. This particular piece is from the Quiche department, from the area of Zacualpa or Joyabaj. It is a supple woolen woven fabric, natural brown and cream-colored wool in a plaid pattern. Both sides are the same design.
This particular textile is somewhat irregular, being 24-25 inches wide at the ends and 28 inches wide in the middle, and 77 inches long. Condition is Very Good, lightly used, with some slight soil possible. The other images are closeups of one end.