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Navajo Biil for sale - matching panels.
Classic period, matching Navajo dress panels (Biil). Cochineal, Indigo blue and Green. One is slightly longer to accommodate for the shape of a woman's body. Extremely rare. Mint condition. Dye analysis available upon request.
Navajo two paneled dress known as a Biil was fastened at the shoulders...
Navajo Biil dress panel. After the Late Classic period. Hubbell Era.
Hand spun Indigo Blue, Aniline Red, 4-ply yarn,
Wearables: Manta, Serape, Child
32" x 50"
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This gorgeous Woman's Manta would be lovely on a bed, back of a couch, as a lap blanket, over the shoulders or even a baby blanket. This blanket was woven with Bombyx silk that was hand dyed with beautiful indigo blues and greens, logwood grey and cochineal red vegetal dyes. Bombyx also has a beautiful sheen to it. It is a heavy weave that ma...
Navajo Master Weaver Kathy Marianito has changed her design from a 4 in 1 to a 2 in 1. This weaving is sure to impress. She used soft ultra thin Churro wool which was dyed with aniline and vegetal dyes, so fine she use a needle to weave. Go Kathy!
2 in 1 Optical
29" x 58"
This is one of her masterpieces. This woman's manta was featured in the 2006 "The Next Phase : Navajo Weaving in the 21st Century from the Getzwiller Collection Exhibit at the Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg.
Woven with native Churro wool, Jalucie used all natural dyes to achieve the coloring in this piece. Indigo blue, cochineal red, an...
Woven by Master Weaver Judy Marianito, this beauty measures 61" x 50". It was made using all natural dyes - indigo, cochineal, and beautiful natural Churro wool color.
We were told that the center design of this weaving represents our world today, the area below the center design is our past and the area above the center design is our future. ...