Shades of different shades of blue, maroon and white blend seamlessly through this Native inspired throw. Cuddle under the soft, cotton-cashmere throw and you'll be cozy in no time!
That logo looks familiar. Where's it from?
The Zia logo is used by the state of New Mexico on both the flag and license plates.
Zia Pueblo (Native Americans of the Southwest)
The symbol originated with the Indians of Zia Pueblo in ancient times. Its design reflects their tribal philosophy, with its wealth of pantheistic spiritualism teaching the basic harmony of all things in the universe.
Zia from the Spanish spelling of its Keresan name. The word "pueblo" comes from the Spanish for "village." It refers both to a certain style of Southwest Indian architecture, characterized by multistory, apartment-like buildings made of adobe and to the people themselves. Rio Grande pueblos are known as eastern Pueblos; Zuni, Hopi, and sometimes Acoma and Laguna are known as western Pueblos.