Beclabito Navajo Weaving : Historic : GHT 94
Woven in the 1930s using Lincoln wool, this Teec Nos Pos piece has a gorgeous black and red "T" border. Inside we have a gorgeous gray background which sets off the handsome large stylized arrow design.
The Redhouse clan were known to weave with this pattern and was most likely a design that only their clan used. Woven in 1920- 1930's this rug is attributed to Mary Redhouse or her mother.
Photo and Bio from the book Trees in a Circle- The Teec Nos Pos Story written by Kerry Hannon, page 62
|Style||Teec Nos Pos|
|Size||48″ x 77″ (1.219M x 1.95M)|
|Item #||GHT 2186|
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