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Double saddle blanket woven from natural un-dyed Merino wool. This blanket would have been folded in half to provide additional padding between the saddle and the horse.
32″ x 54″ (.812M x1.37M)
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Antique Navajo rug woven in 1924 for sale.
This is very likely a commissioned rug as it has initials (K & U) and date (1924) in weaving. Woven from hand spun, hand carded and hand dyed Lincoln wool. This antique rug also features a valero stars and a Storm Pattern woven in an interlocking design.
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Great Crystal / Storm with Hero Twins. Hand spun, hand carded ; native Wool; all natural wool colors with aniline red.
3'6" x 5'2"
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This Bistie Navajo rug was woven using hand carded, hand spun Native wool. It is hand dyed with aniline dyes and some natural wool color. Spider woman cross border.
The story goes that this was found in an abandoned doghouse. Quite a find, only needing to be cleaned and minor repairs to bring it back to it's previous glory!
Beautiful antique Navajo weaving was woven with Lincoln wool using aniline dyes, featuring red, orange, brown and grey floating diamond motif, making a very dramatic statement. Possibly from the Teec Nos Pos area/ Chinle area.
This weaving was part of an Exhibition showing at the Tucson Desert Art Museum January 4 2017 to April 30 2017. Please ...
Optical Navajo design. Hand-carded, hand-spun, hand-dyed with Lincoln wool. Likely was woven in the Bistie Area due to the over dyed grey which was a common practice in the area. This weaving was part of an Exhibition showing at the Tucson Desert Art Museum January 4 2017 to April 30 2017.
Rare Bistie Style Double Saddle Blanket with some natural dyes. Attributed to Daisy Shorty. From the personal Getzwiller Collection. Hand-carded, hand-spun, hand-dyed wool.
Bistie translates to Badlands by the Navajo. This design was recently recognized as its own distinctive style. It's characterized as having a strong central pattern and mu...
This gorgeous chevron pattern Optical Navajo Rug weaving was brought to life using hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand-dyed Lincoln wool. The beautiful gray is testimony to the expert carding in creating a lovely salt and pepper mix.
40" x 64"
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JB Moore Crystal Storm Navajo rug. The vibrant colors, the tight weave, the clean and crisp lines are all qualities of this exceptional piece.
47″ x 62″ (3'11" x 5'2")
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Early Crystal weavings were less elaborate and focused more on the beauty of simplicity in design and color. This is one example of three similar and yet very different Crystal weavings displaying the Storm pattern.
The other two are:
Crystal / Storm Pattern
This weaving was part of an Exhibition showing at the Tucson Desert Art Museum January 4 2017 to May 30 2017 – If purchased prior to /or during the Exhibition, the weaving will be available for delivery, as soon as possible, after the May 30, 2017
The beautiful brown in this weaving is derived from Mountain Mahogany root. It's an antique optic...
Crystal, very finely woven with a Mohair wool blend. The bright red is perfectly complemented by the dark brown, cream and gray zig-zags, all of which are framed by a gorgeous naturally variegated gray/light tan background.
40″ x 62″ (3'4" x 5'2")
Two Grey Hills
Great detailing in the border of this Two Grey Hills Toadlena weaving.This piece features hand-spun natural dark brown, variegated brown, tan and cream Churro wool. Toadlena is well known for it's Master weavers! This piece is excellent - in condition, color, and quality.
It is currently in the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Catalog.
Navajo double saddle blanket with a very graphic design. Hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed native wool. The more you inspect this piece, the more beautiful it becomes, with it's highly variegated brown wool field.
From the Crystal area. This Navajo rug has all natural wool except red and black which are over dyed. JB Moore design eleme...
Germantown Storm Pattern very finely woven. This exceptional rug has many design elements from the JB Moore Catalog and should be considered a plate variant of these rugs. Plate #9, plate #13
This weaving was featured in a London Financial Times article. Click here to view the article.
Each features the same diagonal body coloring, medicine bundles, feet treatment, feather banners, and streamer dangles. If not woven by the same person, the weavers were closely related. It was woven with all hand-carded, hand-spun, hand-dyed native wool.
Both weavings are from the Lukachukai area, and were featured in our Woven Holy People exhi...
This lovely weaving is from the 1920 and has a unique Arts & Crafts style. The change up of the red coloring is original to the piece and woven this way intentionally. We can only guess at the reasons. It may have been an intentional change so as the weaving would not be perfect.
Woven with hand carded, hand dyed Lincoln wool.