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Teec Nos Pos
Woven in the 1930s using Lincoln wool, this Teec Nos Pos piece has a gorgeous black and red "T" border. Inside we have a gorgeous gray background which sets off the handsome large stylized arrow design.
The Redhouse clan were known to weave with this pattern and was most likely a design that only their clan used. Woven in 1920- 1930's this r...
This Tees Nos Pos was probably woven as a tourist item. It could have possibly been hung in the Teec Nos Pos trading post at one time.
Hand spun, hand carded native wool. Some natural wool color, mount mahogany root natural dyed copper/brown and aniline dyed red and green highlights.
Teec Nos Pos
Some saddle blankets were woven to be used only on special occasions. They were known as Sunday Saddle Blankets. This one is extra fancy with Germantown fringe.
This saddle blanket was part of the Desert Caballeros Western Museum exhibit - Ride Through History: Saddles that Shaped the West.
This beauty is an early example of a Teec Nos Pos rug. It's easy to see the oriental rug influence in this 1930s piece. The central stars and unusual "wrench" border designs are unique in this piece. Did you notice the arrow and feathers? You don't see them until you SEE them. They may have been added to give added protection to this weaving.