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Likely Hubbell commission, cochineal dyed three ply Saxony red, hand spun is all Churro, green is indigo blue and green- hand spun. Third phase
Same weaver as on Navajo textiles by Nancy Bloomberg, William Randolph Hearst collection.
72.5" x 61.5"
Marian Nez born in 1967, is Helene and Cindy’s older sister. She was taught to weave by her mother and grandmother. A master weaver, she has won many awards and her weavings have been exhibited in the Desert Caballeros Western Museum in Wickenburg.
This particular piece is just spectacular. Woven in a contemporary Bistie style, with a central e...
Bistie Navajo rug woven using hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed Native wool. Tightly woven, curvilinear designs, eagle tail design. The red and yellow are aniline dyed.
55" x 92"
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This extremely rare serape blanket was woven with 3 ply Saxony. And even more remarkable it comes with a Spiderwoman hole in its center.
This particular natural dyed palette of colors was only available at Bosque Redondo and Fort Wingate during this time frame.
This Serape has Indigo dyed warp, like this textile has, was only made availa...
Classic/Late Classic Hubbell Blanket woven to be used as a portiere.
This Classic/Late Classic blanket was woven to be a covering for an open doorway. Original side cords. This exquisite weaving was extremely finely woven with Germantown yarn . The deep red a classic trademark of the Ganado area.
Steve saw a 2nd one-- the match to this o...
This Serape is a Rio Grande style Navajo blanket has hand spun wool and variegated dyes.
It is likely this weaving was for a Hispanic household, this Navajo weaver intentionally variegated her dyes to simulate Rio Grande dye techniques, which offered dimension not typically seen in Navajo weaving in that time frame.
This weaving was part of an E...
Serape Navajo blanket. This incredibly detailed Serape was woven in the early 1880s by a master who had been influenced by the Rio Grande - Saltillo style using 4-ply Germantown yarn.
The bold central pattern of concentric diamonds woven smaller and smaller by delicate saw-toothed outlined rows, come to focus on a delicate Spiderwoman Cross wit...
Serape Navajo Weaving. Exquisite serape featuring raveled American flannel and Bayeta cloth.
Materials: Merino Wool, raveled flannel & Bayeta clothColors are Indigo blue with plied yellow-green-orange-brown
The art of plying was done when threads were unraveled from from bolts of flannel (American made cloth) or Bayeta cloth (imported from...
Late classic Third phase variant. Aniline red, indigo blue, vegetal green, Churro wool. There are limited photos due to this weaving being part of an exhibit. This is the very first time Steve has offered this weaving!This weaving was part of Color Riot! How Color Changed Navajo Textiles April 5,2019 - September 2,2019 at the Heard Museum
Teec Nos Pos
Master weaver Linda Nez has a gift for creating magnificent works of art. Great things take time, this weaving was on the loom for 15 months
This weaving is as tight as canvas and as fine in design as any Navajo Weaving. Upon closer inspection you will see her expert color and design combinations. This gorgeous piece comes from our exclusive Chu...
Two Grey Hills
Two Grey Hills Navajo weaving was woven using hand carded, hand spun, natural colored native wool, possibly Churro. It has a most unusual positive/negative pattern that incorporates Bistie design elements. Extremely well woven by a Master Weaver. Attributed to Bessie Shorty or daughter Alice Henry
This weaving was part of the Timeless Treasur...
Two Grey Hills Navajo rug. This is a Classic example of a monumental Two Grey Hills rug. Featured in the exhibition: Art & History Woven Together The Getzwiller Collection of historic Navajo Weavings: Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Wickenburg AZ, 1999.
This Two Grey Hills large rug was woven using natural native wool colors, hand car...