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Crystal Navajo weavings have evolved over the years. Crystal is known for valero stars and bold geometric solid patterns. This weaving has an unusual spirit line.
This Crystal has a simple yet strong pattern but also uses Ganado colors to enhance its beauty. Aniline dyed, hand carded, hand spun native wool.
Crystal Navajo weavings have evolved over the years. JB Moore a trader in Crystal during the early 1900's encouraged frets, hooks, whirling logs and borders. Crystal is also known for valero stars and bold geometric solid patterns.
This Crystal has a simple bold pattern but also uses Ganado colors to enhance its beauty. Hand carded, hand spu...
This large Antique American Indian rug has imagery that depicts a Medicine man's ceremonial bag. Woven in the Hubbell/Ganado area this Transitional Navajo rug is hand carded, hand spun Merino wool with aniline dyed red. The trading post was established by John Lorenzo Hubbell in 1878, so this would have been an early piece.
This weaving was p...
This contemporary Navajo rug is a mixture of regional styles Teec Nos Pos, Storm Pattern and Klagetoh. The color pallet is from the Klagetoh area. The border is reminiscent of Teec Nos Pos styles. Two very distinctive Storm Patterns are visible with a third smaller Storm element in the center of the rug.
We love all the details in this weavin...
This Ganado Navajo rug is deep red with black and white highlights, that is centered around the natural brown/grey wool. Helen Peshlakai from the Nazlini area of the Navajo nation wove this about a decade ago. This is our 1st offering of this wonderful rug.
30″ x 46"
This classic Ganado design will create a spectacular focal point in any home or office.
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28.5" x 49"
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A unique blend of histor...
Miniature TapestryKlagetohNavajo 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.
This absolutely stunning Ganado - Klagetoh weaving by Master Weaver Mae Jean Chester brings together all things great about Navajo woven art. The muted colors in this piece are perfectly matched - the shades of brown and cream in a zig-zag pattern in the background create an "eye dazzler" or optical effect with motion.
Ganado - Klage...
Wow! What a gorgeous Ganado rug! We are honored to have had other pieces by Master Weaver Grace Hendersen Nez, and this is a beautiful example of her craftsmanship. She hand-carded, hand-spun, and hand dyed Native wool for this piece. The way she infused the zig-zag edges to the design give it a dimensional quality. This is a stunning piece of a...
Klagetoh and Ganado rugs are very similar. One can usually tell the difference between them by the background color. Ganado has a red background, and Klagetoh's have a grey or brown background.
Both the Klagetoh and Ganado trading posts were located near each other. Collectors today tend to lump them together as a regional style of weaving...
The Ganado Trading Post is the namesake for the Ganado style of Navajo weaving. One of the owners loved the natural sheep wool colors, another liked bright colors. A compromise was made, and it was decided that they would only carry aniline red, blue, and black dyes. Ganado weavings are recognized by their strong red background.
From the Burntco...
Sometimes you need a spectacular piece for a LARGE area. We're pleased to bring you this Ganado/Klagetoh masterpiece woven by Helen Kaye of the Blue Gap area. It measures 6'3" x 9'3" and would look stunning on the floor of a living area or office.
Ganado and Klagetoh styles are recognized primarily by their color combinations, however they were ...