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Extremely rare large weaving by Mary Yellowhorse of hand spun wool and natural dyes; with banded design of diamonds and barbs ; First Prize ribbon from the Museum of Northern Arizona, judged by Bill Young, 1979
72" x 104"
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Two Grey Hills
Sometimes you need a spectacular piece for a LARGE area. We're pleased to bring you this Two Grey Hills Navajo rug woven either by Helen Kay or her mother Nora Bitsui of the Blue Gap area. It measures 12'2" x 8'8" and would look stunning on the floor of any living area.
This beautiful Navajo rug was woven with commercial wool available at the r...
In the mid 1940s the borderless, vegetal designs became established as the Crystal style. This area's style of weaving of today is sometimes confused with the Wide Ruins and Chinle area banded design rugs.
One area of distinction is the more extensive use of the natural wool colors with the vegetal tones. The combination is very pleasing to th...
Klagetoh and Ganado rugs are very similar. One can usually tell the difference between them by the background color. Ganado has a red background, and Klagetoh's have a grey or brown background.
Both the Klagetoh and Ganado trading posts were located near each other. Collectors today tend to lump them together as a regional style of weaving...
The Ganado Trading Post is the namesake for the Ganado style of Navajo weaving. One of the owners loved the natural sheep wool colors, another liked bright colors. A compromise was made, and it was decided that they would only carry aniline red, blue, and black dyes. Ganado weavings are recognized by their strong red background.
From the Burntco...
This weaving would make a bold statement in almost any room at home or office. It would look lovely as a bed, game table, or table cover.
Gloria Bitsui of the Blue Gap area is the artist behind this bright Ganado pattern rug. Filled with lazy or sectional lines, this pattern will get compliments and wows from anyone who sees it in your space.