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This BEAST of a weaving was made in the 1930s and is excellent in color, condition, quality, and attitude! Stylized squash gray squash blossoms hold tightly to the four bolts of lightning which move to and from the central design. The intertwined border spins around itself into a rope of controlled chaos.
This piece has so much action and energy! It was brought to life in the 1920s. And was very likely woven by the same master weaver who created GHT 2241 shown here:
The Storm Pattern has four corner identical corner shapes which all join a central square/rectangle/diamond by some manner.
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We've added a piece woven by Daisy George to our collection for you. This piece is woven in the Storm Pattern style and features a rich deep red background with gray, white and blacks. Storm patterns have corner elements connected to a central element. In this piece, the storm pattern was created using arrows. Very unique and well woven.
This BEAST of a weaving was made in the 1930s and is excellent in color, condition, quality, and attitude!
This Storm Pattern is a wonderful pictorial complete with Great Stars and feathers. It has a natural dark chocolate brown field and dark red storm pattern.
Tightly woven by Julia Charley from the Teec Nos Pos Area.
Storm Patterns have corner elements connected to a central element. In this piece, the storm pattern was created with a very light back ground the makes this "Storm" pop!
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25" x 36"
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