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Navajo shawl woven by Master Julia Upshaw. This shawl was woven from finely spun hand dyed Churro wool and woven like a blanket.
Ideal shawl proportions, this will fit nicely over your shoulders or can easily be draped as a display when not being worn. It would look wonderful as a table runner, draped over the end of your bed, or over a sofa. ...
Kathy Marianito is not slowing down! This runner can also be worn as a woman's shawl. Made of 100% Churro wool. Another beautiful example of wearable art!
Navajo Woman's Shawl / Runner
66" x 21"
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Navajo shawl woven by Master Jalucie Marianito Navajo Weaver.
This shawl was woven from finely spun Churro wool, woven like a blanket. Aniline and natural vegetal dyes.
This will fit nicely over your shoulders or displayed in your home. We have shown it as a table runner....
Ideal shawl proportions, this can easily be draped as a display when ...
Teec Nos Pos
Take a look at this beautiful Teec Nos Pos from the 1920s. Woven with Lincoln wool, hand carded, hand spun with aniline dyes. Subtle and wonderfully tight. Hero Twin imagery, with the great star design.
Teec Nos Pos
43" x 100" (1.09M x 2.54M)
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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...
This lovely Arts and Crafts Navajo runner has an unusual repeating geometric design. Tightly woven with shades of brown, gold, cream and red. The tie down points(sew points) are still visible. Runners are hard to weave and this one is no exception especially woven under the more primitive times of the 1920s. Hand carded, hand spun, hand dyed...
Don't be fooled by the slight waviness of the image, this rug is sooo large that when we took the photo, it had to place it over two outside lights!
Geraldine is from a family historically known for weaving large area rugs, but there are not many weavers still weaving these large ones as they take a year or more to weave.
This weaving is featu...
Crystal Hero Twin Storm Pattern Navajo Rug. Hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand-dyed native wool.
This beautiful piece was featured in the Navajo Textiles as Modern Art exhibit held at Nizhoni Ranch Gallery March 11 - June 30 2017. You can find this weaving in the catalog Navajo Textiles As Modern Art on page 16.
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 with bi-colored belted diam...
Two Grey Hills
Emma Benally comes from a long line of gifted weavers. Her specialty is the Two Grey Hills style which uses all hand-carded, and hand-spun natural wool Dyes are not used. By carding different colors together she is able to create lovely tones of brown and gray.
This weaving was part of the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Exhibit and ca...
The Ganado Trading Post is the namesake for the Ganado style of Navajo weaving. One of the owners loved the natural sheep wool colors, another liked bright colors. A compromise was made, and it was decided that they would only carry aniline red, blue, and black dyes. Ganado weavings are recognized by their strong red background.
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All of the colors in the borders are reflected in the diamond detailing a the points of each of the design points in the patterns of the piece, all which are floating gently on a cream background. This lovely runner was woven in the 1940s by a master weaver using hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand-dyed native wool.
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This lovely runner is from the 1930s and has an unusual interlocking Arts & Crafts chain border. Woven with beautiful gray, black, white, and red wool, the artist chose to use split diamonds as the focal element of this piece.
45″ x 104″ (3'9" x 8'8") (1.16M x 2.62M)
Now this is a very unusual Ganado - Klagetoh treat for a couple of beautiful reasons. First of all, it was woven as a runner - narrow, and very long. This piece is 11 feet long!
Secondly, look at the two stalks of corn, the symbol for life, in the center of the design. And beautiful displays of bows and arrows and feathers to showcase the co...
Woven in the 1920s, we have a Crystal JB Moore Plate XXIII weaving in MINT condition! the Master weaver of this piece modified the original plate and added beautiful interwoven X's in each of the corners.Each plate was used as a guide and the artist would add elements to make it their own. We've included an image of the original plate for you i...
This exquisite piece is a Ganado - Klagetoh design from the Hubble Trading Post. The Master weaver responsible for this piece had a keen eye for color, pattern, and symmetry. Every design element works together perfectly - from the angles of the stepped border to the wonderful sawtooth central belted diamonds.
Ganado - Klagetoh
Woven in the 30's this piece features an unusual hook & feather double border with reversing saw tooth inlays framing handsome decorative hooked diamonds. This is a stunning work of art!
5′6" x 12′
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Woven in the 1920s featuring two central Spiderwoman crosses brilliantly woven with a fine zig-zag accent, red ribbon borders and a gorgeous reversing arrow brown border, this piece has it all!
The colors are as vivid today as they were when the loom artist brought this piece to life. It was woven with beautiful Lincoln wool.
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Teec Nos Pos rug that is an exceptional piece. Exquisite border - there is so much detail in this piece. One of the most complex and complicated designs in Navajo weaving. This style was influenced by the oriental rugs in the East, yet retain their native American symbolic style. 30,000
Teec Nos Pos
For this weaving, we present a historic Crystal Runner made of native wool and Mohair wool and is a variant of JB Moore's 1911 Plate XIX. The colors are so bright and vivid. The brown border can be attributed to hand-spun variegated natural mohair wool.
51" x 100" (4’3" x 8’4...
One of the most complex and complicated designs in Navajo weaving. This style was influenced by the oriental rugs in the East, yet retain their native American symbolic style.
“BEST OF SHOW” • 1ST PLACE & BEST OF CATEGORY • Teec Nos Pos • 2014 GALLUP INTER-TRIBAL CEREMONIAL • Master Weaver Cecilia Nez
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In this Navajo rug Helene has created a Yei pictorial with a Teec Nos Pos border. There are three Yeis in this piece - two Yeis on either side with valero stars, and inside the central diamond, a Corn Yei. This Navajo rug was woven using Churro wool which was hand-dyed, additionally she used silk highlights. This is a one-of-a-kind spectacular ...