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This captivating 3rd Phase Navajo Chief Blanket is done in a Red Mesa/ Teec Nos Pos Pictorial Style. The colors in this piece are brown, black, white, red, and indigo/purple. They work well together to make this vibrant piece come alive.
57″ x 77″ (4'9" x 6'5")
This is a piece for those who love Art Deco, Navajo Weaving, or Greek designs. This piece was woven in the 1920s and is testament to exquisite craftsmanship! It is very well woven.
The large outer border is done in interlocking hooks in black and white and surrounds a quiet pool of natural brown and then we have a refined EXPLOSION of bright...
The Hubble Trading Post at Ganado would commission weavings from select weavers. One of the unique features of this piece is the four pictorial elements which represent the Hero Twins - Monster Slayer and Born of Water. This is a beautiful example of a Ganado - Klagetoh weaving. It is in very good condition.
Ganado - Klagetoh
JB Moore Crystal. One of the things that makes this piece so special is the unusual "picture frame" border. Heavy hand-carded, had-spun, and hand-dyed wool. Would make a great floor rug.
57″ x 78″ (4'9" x 6'6")
Learn more about Crystal Style weavings
JB Moore recognized the unique skill of the Navajo weaver, and he and other Trading Post owners were responsible for the creation of regional styles of weaving.
JB Moore took the promotion of Navajo weaving a step farther than most and created a catalog in 1903 and 1911 of examples of weavings that could be purchased by the folks in the East. ...
This Eyedazzler Navajo blanket was woven during the Transitional period using hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed native wool.
In this Navajo blanket you can see the heavy use of orange which was a new aniline dye color in the 1880s and extremely popular with the Navajo weavers. The purple color was a new color in the early 1880s as a replac...