Newly Added Sunday Saddle Navajo Blanket * 4 Featured *
We are counting down the days to our upcoming exhibit. The descriptions are written and the Kings Art Center will hang the weavings over the next few days. At least three dozen rugs, wall hangings, blankets, and other 100 percent authentic Navajo Indian weavings will be featured in a contemporary gallery right here in Hanford. We look forward to seeing you there.
Exhibit & Sale
Navajo Textiles : The Charley Castles’ Collection
Kings Art Center, 605 N. Douty Street, Hanford California
Exhibit : Saturday, September 11 – Saturday, October 16
# 1150 is a Germantown single saddle blanket. This sharp blanket is circa 1890 and measures 28″ x 28″. It is very tightly woven.
# 1144 is a Teec Nos Pos with Red Mesa Influence This great rug is bordered by a rare Ancestral Pueblo pottery design; elements on interior field have Red Mesa influence. On the natural grayish brown field are feathers, arrows, and other designs with the Hero Twins symbol in the center. Circa 1920; it measures 76″ x 51″ and is very tightly woven.
# 1135 is a Teec Nos Pos rug in a three-column format; circa 1930, it measures 47″ x 70″ and is very tightly woven.
# 1136 is a very nice Transitional Navajo Blanket circa 1890 that measures 52″ x 77″. It is very well woven.
# 1053 is a Ganado Navajo Rug that measures 41″ x 35″ and is circa 1940.
Any questions let me know. Give me a call +1-559-259-9482 or email
Let us know if you plan to be in Hanford to see the exhibit.