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This extremely rare serape blanket was woven with Saxony. And even more remarkable it comes with a Spiderwoman hole in its center.
This Serape has Indigo dyed warp, like this textile has, was only made available at Bosque Redondo and Fort Wingate to a limited number of Navajo weavers who were incarcerated for the purpose of weaving for the ...
This JB Moore Crystal weaving was created using plate VIII. Hand spun, hand carded Native wool, with aniline dye and indigo.
JB Moore Crystal
53" x 78" (4'5" x 6'6")
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Single Navajo Biil dress panel. After the Late Classic period. Hubbell Era.
Hand spun Indigo Blue, Aniline Red, 4-ply yarn.
Navajo two paneled dress known as a Biil was fastened at the shoulders, utilized slits for the arms and head and was cinched at the waist. The dress is sometimes referred to as a “rug dress.” A Biil was standard c...
Woven by Master Weaver Anita Tsosie, this Sandpainting weaving won a Blue Ribbon at the 1995 O’odham Tash All Indian Fair. It has commercial dyes and of course is very tightly woven. Extremely well known, Anita won Best of Show at Santa Fe Indian Market for her Sandpainting Weaving depicting the Sky People in 2004. She also won first place in t...