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Historic Germantown Yei be Chei Navajo rugs for sale. This pair is more like fraternal twins with a slight difference size/color.
About 30 years ago Steve found the 1st of this set of Germantown weavings and was thrilled when he found a second Germantown Yei be Chei-- 15 years later.
What make it so remarkable is the weavings are Germantown ...
This early Crystal piece was influenced by JB Moore's catalogs of weaving using elements from two of plates - III and XI.
50″ x 76″ (4'2" x 6'4")
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For this weaving, we present a historic Crystal Runner made of native wool and Mohair wool and is a variant of JB Moore's 1911 Plate XIX. The colors are so bright and vivid. The brown border can be attributed to hand-spun variegated natural mohair wool.
51" x 100" (4’3" x 8’4...
Old Time Crystal, woven with Merino wool. Has the feel of a blanket. Natural wool colors.
circa 1910 - 1920
56.5" x 79"
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This gorgeous weaving is a Transitional possibly woven in the Two Grey Hills or Crystal area, but definitely was woven by a gifted artist using native, natural colored Churro wool. The dark designs were woven using lovely variations of dark brown and black wool, while the amazing background was woven using lighter brown and gray wool. It is cur...
Navajo double saddle blanket with great landscape coloring.. Hand carded hand spun wool. Grey is mohair, brown field is natural dyed, hand carded wool, mohair blend. Aniline red border.
This Navajo weaving has been displayed in the 2003 Desert Caballeros Western Mueseum Exhibition The Treasures of the Navajo Horsemen and in the catalog by th...
This JB Moore piece was created in the 1900's with hand spun, hand carded Native wool, with aniline dyes. Looking in the JB Moore catalog, the plate used to create this pattern was plate XI.
52″ x 96″ (1.32M x 2.43M)
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JB Moore recognized the unique skill of the Navajo weaver, and he and other Trading Post owners were responsible for the creation of regional styles of weaving.
JB Moore took the promotion of Navajo weaving a step farther than most and created a catalog in 1903 and 1911 of examples of weavings that could be purchased by the folks in the East. ...
This Navajo weaving was created using aniline dyes, and is hand carded, hand spun Native wool.
This weaving uses numerous JB Moore plates for inspiration. See the photos, left to right. Plate III : The arrow border Plate VII: Two rows of diamondsPlate XXV: The hook element. Plate XXX: The whirling logs in the corners
JL Hubbell of the Hubbell Trading Post had great influence in improving the quality of Navajo weavings. Known more for his influence the development of the Ganado style of weaving, he was also responsible for having weavers use what has become known as the Hubbell Cross in their creations. The Hubbell Cross is recognized as the large cross in ...
JB Moore Crystal
In 1911 JB Moore published a catalog featuring rugs that could be purchased. This weaving was derived from plate XXVII (see images) and original sold for $1 per square foot, or approximately $35, a pretty expensive piece in those days.
The red was dyed, and the rest was woven using naturally colored native wool which had been hand-carded and h...