Two Grey Hills Navajo Rug Weaving : Historic : PC 130
This an early Two Grey Hill weaving. It is possibly Churro wool is hand carded, hand spun and with all natural wool color. It is considered an arts and crafts design. Steve has enjoyed it in his collection for over 15 years. Attributed to Blind Manos wife of daughter Rrances Manuelito, both Navajo master weavers from the Two Grey Hill /Toadlena area of the reservation.
It is currently in the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Catalog and exhibit.
|Style||Two Grey Hills|
|Weaver||Attributed to Blind Man's wife of daughter Frances Manuelito|
|Size||5' x 5'11"|
|Item #||PC 130|
|Learn more about the Two Grey Hills style of weaving|
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