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Historic Navajo Textile on the loom
GHT 2317 Germantown Sampler Loomer With Weaving Tool
21" x 21"
This would have been sold as a tourist item sold to travelers to the great Southwest!
Antique Jelly Bean Optical Transitional Navajo blanket, beautiful variegation. Prior to regional styles, this weaving was possibly woven in the Red Mesa/Teec Nos Pos area due to highlighting and Mount Mahogany Root. Hand Carded, hand dyed vibrant colors with a touch of Autumn, woven with Native wool.
This Native American Rug was handwoven in the style of an over-sized saddle blanket. Horse and cow head centered in the brown field, surrounded by very even fret work. This unknown weaver had talent! Woven using hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand-dyed native wools.
This weaving was part of the Painting with Wool exhibit and is the catalog by ...
Very early Transitional single saddle blanket woven by an unknown Navajo weaver. She would have used the material that was available to her. This vintage American textile is woven from raveled re-carded bayeta and re-carded American flannel along with white and red merino wool.
It has been in Steve's personal collection for many years.
This Eyedazzler Navajo blanket was woven during the Transitional period. The unknown weaver hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed her Merino wool.
The zig-zag elements were dyed with a combination of natural and aniline dyes. Vibrant jellybean colors are set against a ivory color backdrop.
This large Antique American Indian rug has imagery that depicts a Medicine man's ceremonial bag. Woven in the Hubbell/Ganado area this Transitional Navajo rug is hand carded, hand spun Merino wool with aniline dyed red. The trading post was established by John Lorenzo Hubbell in 1878, so this would have been an early piece.This weaving was pa...
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...
Teec Nos Pos
This Tees Nos Pos was probably woven as a tourist item. It could have possibly been hung in the Teec Nos Pos trading post at one time.
Hand spun, hand carded native wool. Some natural wool color, mount mahogany root natural dyed copper/brown and aniline dyed red and green highlights.
Teec Nos Pos
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 Bistie Navajo rug has hand carded, hand spun native wool. Identified by curvilinear geometric designs Bisties are considered by some the most complex design.
Nice wool and tightly woven. Very good condition.
Bistie Navajo rug
circa 1930's - 1940's
34.5" x 55"
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Red Mesa Style rugs can be identified by the contrasting light and dark colors, vertical chevrons and radiating diamonds. The Red Mesa Trading Post was only 15 miles from the Teec Nos Pos Trading post, and over time the the style was influenced by the very intricate styling of the Teec Nos Pos style.
This Red Mesa has elements of Teec Nos Pos , ...
This is a wonderful example of a Fancy Sunday Double Saddle blanket from the 1900s. The main body is woven with all naturally colored Merino wool, an artistic salt and pepper, brown and white not the typical black and white. The colors of the valero star and yellow highlights are from Germantown yarn.