2 Featured Navajo Rugs.
We continue to be optimistic that our exhibit at the Kings Art Center will take place August 22-September 26th. We’ll keep you posted as the date approaches.
In the meantime, here are additions and highlights in the collection.
New to the Collection
# 1118 is a very well woven Navajo Transitional Blanket. It is circa 1890 to 1900 and is 39″ x 56″.
# 1121 is a Red Mesa rug with a very different pattern. This unique rug is 43″ x 72″ circa 1930.
# 1128 is a great old Germantown blanket circa 1880 to 1900. It is 52″ x 74″.
# 1047 is a JB Moore Crystal Trading Post Plate XXVIII from the 1911 catalog. It is 45″ x 65″ circa 1910. This is an outstanding Navajo rug suitable for a wall hanging or on the floor.
Additions reductions have been made in our closeout collection.
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P. S. Our ad in the August / September issue of Native American Arts magazine features a large Sandpainting style rug representing the Navajo Nightway Ceremony. A rare and very special rug. If you don’t subscribe to the magazine you can click here to access the ads.