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If you're looking for a magnificent piece for that magnificent space, then look no further. Have you ever seen anything more beautiful than this incredible runner? This runner is large, and measures 5.5' x 12'
Woven in the 30's this piece features an unusual hook & feather double border with reversing saw tooth inlays framing handsome deco...
Now this is a very unusual Ganado - Klagetoh treat for a couple of beautiful reasons. First of all, it was woven as a runner - narrow, and very long. This piece is 11 feet long!
Secondly, look at the two stalks of corn, the symbol for life, in the center of the design. And beautiful displays of bows and arrows and feathers to showcase the co...
Germantown yarn (from Germantown Pennsylvania) was first introduced to the Navajo at Bosque Redondo, so the women would have some material to weave their highly prized rugs. The Navajo Indians were allowed to return to their reservation (1868), where the weavers continued to use the popular Germantown yarns because they liked working with the va...
Two Grey Hills
Daisy Taugelchee (1911-1990) is considered to be the most famous of all Navajo Weavers, with a reign that lasted 50 years. Daisy set a standard of fine, smooth evenly spun wool woven into a superior quality textiles that was unmatched by any other weaver. She took first place at the ceremonial in 1944 and won consistently for the next 40 years. ...
In this Navajo rug Helene has created a Yei pictorial with a Teec Nos Pos border. There are three Yei in this piece - two yei on either side with valero stars, and inside the central diamond, a corn yei. This Navajo rug was woven using Churro wool which was hand-dyed, additionally she used silk highlights. This is a one-of-a-kind spectacular pi...
From the Chant Way Ceremonial we have a Great Star Pictorial weaving. This piece is incredibly rare and is from Steve's personal collection.
It was woven in the 1880s using 4-ply Germantown yarn. Stand back and look how the gifted weaver added those four black tag elements inside the weaving to give it dimension, as well as flaring the points ...
This BEAST of a weaving was made in the 1930s and is excellent in color, condition, quality, and attitude!
This Storm Pattern is a wonderful pictorial complete with Great Stars and feathers. It has a natural dark chocolate brown field and dark red storm pattern.
Teec Nos Pos
Woven in the 1920s featuring two central Spiderwoman crosses brilliantly woven with a fine zig-zag accent, red ribboned borders and a gorgeous reversing arrow brown border, this piece has it all!
The colors are as vivid today as they were when the loom artist brought this piece to life. It was woven with beautiful Lincoln wool.
Helene Nez is an extremely talented weaver. She has won many awards for her outstanding skill and eye for detail.
In this piece of art she created a Teec Nos Pos Pictorial. Helene has been a meticulous weaver from the very start of her weaving career. Woven using hand-dyed Navajo Churro wool, this weaving was a year on the loom as she placed ...
Take a look at this handsome Teec Nos Pos from the 1930s. This early piece is exceptional - in condition, color, and quality. Take a look at the the exquisite border - there is so much detail in this piece, it's hard to imagine that this large piece was more than likely woven on an outdoor loom.
One of the most complex and complicated designs ...
One of the most complex and complicated designs in Navajo weaving. This style was influenced by the oriental rugs in the East, yet retain their native American symbolic style.
“BEST OF SHOW” • 1ST PLACE & BEST OF CATEGORY • Teec Nos Pos • 2014 GALLUP INTER-TRIBAL CEREMONIAL • Master Weaver Cecilia Nez
In the past 11 years, weavers we have b...
This Two Grey Hills- Sanostee weaving was created using hand carded, hand spun native wool. The brown is likely vegetal dyed brown, which only occurred in the Sanostee area. It is also a JB Moore design, using plate XXX.
It graced the Living West Magazine cover in 2003 and is currently in the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Catalog and ...
Bessie Manygoats was a masterweaver from the Toadlena area. She produced some the finest of the Two Grey Hills- Toadlena weavings. This Navajo rug is attributed to Bessie Manygoats or a Family member. It has a centralized double diamond design and was woven with hand carded, hand spun Churro wool.
This weaving is featured in our "Timeless Tre...
Woven BY A MASTER!
This antique Two Grey Hills Navajo weaving has a storm pattern variant, and was created using hand carded, hand spun Churro wool. All Natural wool color.
This is a classic Bessie Manygoats pattern design, featuring stylized water bugs.
Two Grey Hills
Attributed to Bessie Manygoats
Storm Pattern variant, extremely finely woven using hand carded, hand spun Churro wool. Wonderful wool and with variegated browns and greys. This is an outstanding example of a Two Grey Hills woven by a Master Weaver..
This weaving is part of the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills exhibit.
Two Grey Hills
Attributed to Sa...