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

Mary Redhouse at her loom sitting on a very similar weaving.    Mary Redhouse  Bio

Style Teec Nos Pos
Weaver Unknown Navajo
Date circa 1930s
Size 48″ x 77″ (1.219M  x 1.95M)
Item # GHT 2186
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Type: Teec Nos Pos

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