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Teec Nos Pos
Native American rug, Teec Nos Pos. An unusually small size for Master Weaver Cecelia Nez. This is a great opportunity to collect a weaving by Cecelia as her weavings typically range in the size of 6' x 8' or larger. Cecelia has won many awards at Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial including Best of Show. She is the daughter of Grace Nez.
This gorgeous Woman's Manta would be lovely on a bed, back of a couch, as a lap blanket, over the shoulders or even a baby blanket. This blanket was woven with Bombyx silk that was hand dyed with beautiful indigo blues and greens, logwood grey and cochineal red vegetal dyes. Bombyx also has a beautiful sheen to it. It is a heavy weave that ma...
All Natural dyes!
Native American Moki Blanket by Julia Upshaw. Based on an antique blanket, this weaving features very narrow bands that were traditional for woman's wear. We can see Rabbit Brush, Indigo and cochineal in the design.
68" x 49"
This charming Wide Ruin sampler woven by Navajo Master weaver Kathy Marianito would be perfect as a table runner - even a baby blanket. Extremely well woven with superfine wool. The red white and blue gives it a nice patriotic or Christmas vibe.
For a great article about Kathy from the Western Art Collector Magazine, click here: http://bit...
Navajo Master Weaver Elsie Bia, wove this Old Crystal style showing a positive/negative quality. The design is spectacular - the wool is beautiful! We had a hard time coming up with an accurate name for the reddish color. So we agreed on cranberry.
Old Style Crystal
48" x 94"
This single Yei Navajo rug is all about rain. She has many positive symbols surrounding her. Rain clouds over her head to promote good prospects. Staff represent thunder and rain drizzling down rain chains. She has lightening below along with rainbow bars. Woven with hand-dyed Churro wool, this weaving is part of our Exclusive Churro co...
Lucie Marianito has finished an unusual form of wearable art. This shawl is finely woven with natural dyed Churro wool and fits nicely over your shoulders. Ideal shawl proportions, this can easily be draped as a display when not being worn.Another beautiful and dramatic example of wearable art!
Navajo Womans Shawl
Double Saddle Blanket
Navajo Master Weaver Elsie Bia, wove this double saddle blanket with an interesting color combination with some twill incorporated. VERY COOL! Always a surprise!
So Elsie sent us the photo of her at Spider Rock - home of Spider Woman. Elsie is an incredibly versatile and gifted weaver.
Double Saddle Blanket