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Crystal Runner Navajo rug.
Made with commercial wool and aniline dyes. Tightly woven. Would be beautiful on a table or wall.
12.5" x 56"
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Burntwater Navajo rug.
This is the very first weaving we have received from Kay Lynn Gorman. Does the name sound familiar? It should! She is the daughter of Master Weaver Cara (Gorman) Yazzie and granddaughter of world renown artist R.C. Gorman. Talent runs deep in this family!
Commercial wool, nicely woven, nice pattern design.
Teec Nos Pos
Pictorial Navajo textile woven in the Teec Nos Pos area. Are you or do you know a Mason? If so, this might be the perfect gift you've been searching for. Hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand-dyed native wool, some natural dyes. Exceptionally well woven!
Possibly a special commission piece or woven for vacationing Shriners who visited the Grand ...
Hand carded, hand spun native wool and with aniline dyes. Circa 1970's. From the Selina Springs area.
Double Twill Navajo Saddle blanket. Twill design is difficult and rarely woven today. This blanket has yet to grace a horses back. Will look great on a wall, couch, floor, table top or one special horse.
Extra thick weave. Would be great ...
Custom Navajo Single Saddle Blanket woven using beautiful hand carded, hand spun native wool. This weaving is unusual. Based on the letters woven into the blanket, we've come to call it the "mc squared" as in E = mc2.
It could very well be initials of the owner - occasionally weavers would accidentally or intentionally superimpose a letter. ...
This custom double saddle blanket pictorial was woven with hand carded, hand spun native wool. The wool is especially nice with wonderful variegation. Featuring a heart border and the letters I TX, we loving refer to this weaving as the "I Heart Texas" blanket. There are also the initials JW. Likely woven for a rancher or perhaps a very fa...
Antique Navajo Double Saddle Blanket for sale. Woven from Merino wool all hand carded and hand spun. The re-carded red and white were woven together to create the lighter sections of this blanket. Aniline dyes. The proportions suggest that the saddle blanket was woven for a Navajo saddle.
The corner tassels are plied yarn .
Late Classic Navajo blanket is either a child's blanket or a double saddle and is in excellent condition.
This antique Navajo weaving has Indigo blue and green, raveled bayetta, all natural dyes, raveled and recarded American flannel, two colors of bayetta green. Possible Brazil wood brown. Hand carded hand spun Merino wool. Dark bands of ...
Antique Navajo Saddle Blanket for sale. Eye Dazzler design, transitional. Indigo blue, merino wool.
Currently on loan to the Booth Museum in Cartersville GA until 2023. For purchasing options, please call us at 520-455-5020.
33" x 29"
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Woven by the daughter of Mae Jean Chester, Gabrielle brings what all things are great about Navajo woven art.
56" x 20"
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Hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed Navajo Double Saddle Blanket, circa 1970-1980.
During the late 1970's through the 1980's Steve would travel the Navajo Reservation taking two weeks to visit all the trading posts. One of his favorites was Salina Springs Trading post run by Dave Murray. Steve would stop and pick up saddle blankets that cau...
Hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed Navajo Single Saddle Blanket, circa 1970-1980.
During the late 1970's through the 1980's Steve would travel the Navajo Reservation taking two weeks to visit all the trading posts. One of his favorites was Salina Springs Trading post run by Dave Murray. Steve would stop and pick up saddle blankets that caug...
Wide Ruin Navajo rug. This Wide Ruin Navajo rug is tightly woven with natural hand dyed wool.
Lillian Joe is known for her tight weave. Look at the one she just brought us! It was great spending time with her here at the gallery along with her weaver daughter Elvie Van Winkle. Great multi-generational weaving family.
This fancy single saddle was woven using native wool and was might have been created for a saddle throw that was used over the saddle, not under it. It has an extremely unusual rounded woven back and S curves, both uncommon and hard to weave.
24″ x 31″
Pictorial Navajo weaving. Navajo weavers sometimes just want to have fun! And this weaving sure is!It's complete with bows, arrows and feathers. Lusandra Williams pictorial weaving even includes war paint! And this fun contemporary pictorial shows the whimsy of the past.
The one above is from the 1940s and most likely was woven in the Mon...
Single Navajo Saddle Blanket. The weaver hand-carded, hand-spun and hand dyed mohair wool. Rainbow bars are orange, red and lime green with a hint of natural grey wool. Orange animal figures might be horses.
This weaving has been in Steve's personal collection for a long time.
Double Navajo Saddle Blanket. This custom double saddle blanket is woven with hand carded, hand spun native wool with the white and blue is mohair wool. Look closely for the green in the corners. The initial RKJ was woven into the weaving. Likely woven for a rancher or family member. The initials make this piece unique - a piece of history...
Miniature TapestryGanadoNavajo Weaver Matilda Yazzie Bia8" x 10"
Miniature tapestries are unique in Navajo weaving – since the early 1970’s they have been woven by just a few extended families from The Sawmill/White Clay area of the Navajo reservation. They have evolved into their own distinctive type of Navajo weaving collectible.
Two Grey Hills
Daisy Taugelchee (1911-1990) is considered to be the most famous of all Navajo Weavers, with a reign that lasted 50 years. Daisy set a standard of fine, smooth evenly spun wool woven into a superior quality textiles that was unmatched by any other weaver. She took first place at the ceremonial in 1944 and won consistently for the next 40 years. ...
Fancy Single Navajo Saddle Blanket. Currently on loan to the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville GA until 2023. Some saddle blankets were woven to be used only on special occasions. They were known as Sunday Saddle Blankets, and this one is extra fancy.
Used for special occasions to throw over the saddle, not under it. The weaver of th...
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...
Teec Nos Pos Single Navajo Saddle Blanket. Currently on loan to the Booth Museum in Cartersville GA. Woven for a Navajo saddle to be used as a saddle throw, adorning the top of the saddle for extra padding and show. The designs in this piece tell us it's from the Teec Nos Pos area of the reservation.
Crystal Navajo rug. 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 Li...
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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Pictorial Navajo weavings often depict scenes from everyday life, or times past. In this scene we see mountains at the top. Horses and sheep have been vital to the survival of the Navajo. The wagons tell us this is a scene from around the 1800s.
The weaver is from the Many Farms area of the Navajo Reservation.
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Navajo Pictorial weavings often feature things seen in everyday Navajo life. In this case, a semi-trailer carrying that iconic beer would undoubtedly be seen travelling across the reservation.
This small weaving by JoAnne Begay of the Sweet Water area measures 2' x 16" and would look great in any man-cave.
JB Moore Crystal Storm Navajo rug. The tight weave, the clean and crisp lines are all qualities of this exceptional piece. Striking design - modern art flair.
47″ x 62″ (3'11" x 5'2")
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Crystal, very finely woven. 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")
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