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3rd Phase Chief Navajo blanket. This captivating 3rd Phase Navajo Chief Blanket is done in a Red Mesa/ Teec Nos Pos Pictorial Style. The colors in this piece are brown, black, white, red, and indigo/purple. They work well together to make this vibrant piece come alive.
Crystal Navajo rug for sale.
This one has great art. It is extremely well woven with Lincoln wool, with a slight caveat, the rug itself is square, but the pictorial element is slightly wonky. The weaver was weaving under primitive conditions, maybe on a slight incline. so her design looked straight to her. We'll never know.
All natural wool ...
Bistie Style Navajo rug attributed to Mary Henderson who wove in the Two Grey Hills area. It is a great example of another style of Navajo weaving incorporating the Two Grey Hills color pallet. Hand carded, hand spun native wool. Aniline dyed black
This weaving was part of the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Exhibit and catalog, page 2...
Old Time Crystal Navajo rug woven with Merino wool. Has the feel of a blanket. Natural wool colors.
circa 1910 - 1920
56.5" x 79" (4'8.5" x 6'7")
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Crystal Navajo Rug. This is a piece for those who love Art Deco, Navajo Weaving, or Greek designs. This piece was woven in the 1920s and is testament to exquisite craftsmanship! It is very well woven.
The large outer border is done in interlocking hooks in black and white and surrounds a quiet pool of natural brown and then we have a refined ...
Ganado - Klagetoh rug. The Hubble Trading Post at Ganado would commission weavings from select weavers. One of the unique features of this piece is the four pictorial elements which represent the Hero Twins - Monster Slayer and Born of Water. This is a beautiful example of a Ganado - Klagetoh weaving. It is in very good condition.
Likely woven in the 1900's on an outdoors upright loom, this gorgeous Germantown serape was tightly woven. 4-ply Germantown yarns were used to create this intense piece of woven art. One can see the Hispanic and Navajo influence in the piece.
This beautiful piece was featured in the Navajo Textiles as Modern Art exhibit held at Nizhoni Ranch Gal...
This extremely rare serape blanket was woven with 4 ply Saxony. And even more remarkable it comes with a Spiderwoman hole in its center.
This particular natural dyed with palette of colors including cochineal that was only available at Bosque Redondo and Fort Wingate during this time frame.
This Serape has Indigo dyed warp, like this texti...
This JB Moore Crystal weaving was created using plate VIII. Hand spun, hand carded Native wool, with aniline dye and indigo.
JB Moore Crystal
53" x 78" (4'5" x 6'6")
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Antique Crystal/ JB Moore Navajo Rug for sale.
JB Moore and other Traders on the reservation were responsible for helping to define regional styles of weaving. JB Moore printed a catalog in 1903 and 1911 of rugs in which people back East could purchase. Over the years, those designs influenced weavers to create weavings using elements of the d...
Maximillian Saltillo Serape. Merino wool with cotton warp. Natural and aniline dyes. Silk screened in Europe.
Saltillo serapes were worn by wealthy gentlemen, landowners and horsemen who took pride in their pure Spanish descent. Woven of cotton and wool in two panels with distinctive design structures, a serape required as much as two years ...
ON HOLD : Crystal Transitional Two Grey Hill Navajo rug. This gorgeous weaving is a Transitional possibly woven in the Two Grey Hills or Crystal area, but definitely was woven by a gifted artist using native, natural colored Churro wool. The dark designs were woven using lovely variations of dark brown and black wool, while the amazing backgro...
Red Mesa Style rugs can be identified by the contrasting light and dark colors, vertical chevrons and radiating diamonds. This Navajo weaving has a unique design using hand carded, hand spun, hand dyed Merino wool with some aniline dyes.
Red Mesa / Teec Nos Pos
54" x 74" (4'6" x 6'2")
Serape Navajo Blanket, circa Late Classic period. Native wool colors. Woven with raveled Bayeta and native wool colors. Rabbit brush yellow, Indigo and aniline dyes. Perfect Condition. Call for pricing.
Wearables: Manta, Serape, Child
51" x 69" (4'3" x 5'9")
JB Moore Navajo rug. JB Moore recognized the unique skill of the Navajo weaver, and he and other Trading Post owners were responsible for the creation of regional styles of weaving.
JB Moore took the promotion of Navajo weaving a step farther than most and created a catalog in 1903 and 1911 of examples of weavings that could be purchased by th...
Teec Nos Pos
Teec Nos Pos Antique Navajo rug for sale.
Teec Nos Pos weavings are some of the most ornate with a distinct oriental influence. Interesting hero twin imagery. Storm pattern variant. Lincoln wool, hand carded, hand spun.
There was a weaver Steve refers to as "Lizard Lady" who was well known for the hero twins and lizard patterns, multi colored...
Teec Nos Pos Antique Navajo rug for sale.
Teec Nos Pos weavings are some of the most ornate with a distinct oriental influence. Hand carded hand, hand spun, hand dyed, Churro wool. Very reminiscent of a Persian rug. Multi-borders. Does have a slight fade on one side.
Steve's Treasures of Teec Nos Pos: Fresh from vault!
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Teec Nos Pos Navajo rug. Take a look at this beautiful Teec Nos Pos from the 1920s. Woven with Lincoln wool, hand carded, hand spun with aniline dyes. Subtle and wonderfully tight. Hero Twin imagery, with the great star design.
Teec Nos Pos
43" x 100" : (3'7"x 8'4")
Eyedazzler Navajo blanket was woven during the Transitional period. The unknown weaver hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed her Merino wool.
The zig-zag elements were dyed with a combination of natural and aniline dyes. Vibrant jellybean colors are set against a ivory color backdrop.
This Eyedazzler Navajo blanket was woven during the Transitional period using hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed native wool.
In this Navajo blanket you can see the heavy use of orange which was a new aniline dye color in the 1880s and extremely popular with the Navajo weavers. The purple color was a new color in the early 1880s as a replac...