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Thirty-five of our most outstanding rugs, saddle blankets, and weavings will be exhibited at the Kings Art Center in Hanford, California from August 21st until September 26th. This “jewel in the Central Valley” gallery is favored among artists throughout central California. We look forward to seeing you there. In the meantime, you can view our 2010 exhibit under Navajo Weaving Exhibits here..
Featured Rugs for February
#463 is a pictorial landscape that includes a cow’s head; woven with Churro wool it is circa 2012, and 32″ x 62″. $1600 for the month of February.
#260 is a Contemporary old-style Crystal runner in a Hero Twins motif. Woven by Irvin Phillips with handspun Churro wool, it is 40″ x 96″ and circa 2008. This is a great floor rug. $3200 for the month of February.
Prices on some of our Contemporary rugs have been reduced. You will find them throughout that collection on our website.
Three Rugs Added to the Collection
Click to View #1120 is a Contemporary Moki weaving circa 2005. It is 41″ x 59″. Rena Begay was the weaver. It is tightly woven in outstanding colors.
Click to View #1112 is a Ganado Storm Pattern Variant Circa 1925. It is 54″ x 79″. Made of handspun wool, it is heavy and will make a durable floor rug.
Click to View #1110 is a J B Moore Crystal. It is 42″ x 61″ and Circa 1930. It will make a great rug or wall hanging.
That’s all the news for February.