This Month’s Featured Navajo Rugs
Fall Into Navajo Weavings
As the air cools and leaves change color, there is no better time than fall to add the earthy colors and symbols in Navajo Indian weavings to your collection or décor.
Our featured weavings come with special prices good through October 31, 2023.
#547 is a one-of-a-kind design Teec Nos Pos by Master Weaver Lucy Begay; circa 2013 it is in excellent condition and measures 48” x 72”. This intricate deep red, black, gray, and white weaving is very tightly woven using hand-dyed Churro yarn. A collector’s piece, for sure. $5,440
#1170 This Revival Navajo Chief’s Blanket is based upon patterns originally woven in the 1880s. It is a large weaving primarily black and gray with gold zig-zag lightning bolts protecting the inner field; it also includes a large cross, chevrons, and diamonds. It is 85” x 62”, in excellent condition and tightly woven; it is circa 1990. Helen M. Johnson is the weaver. $2,500
#1183 is from the Two Grey Hills area. Its black and white ribbon border encloses a blocked diamond in the center and a blocked triangle at each corner. Cira 1950, it is in excellent condition and measures 56’ x 34”; Additional colors include tan, brown, and gray. $1,000
#1179 This more than one-hundred-year-old rug has thick bands gray separating thin bands of red, orange, and black interspersed with chevron bands of black, white, and gray. Circa 1890, it measures 70” x 56”. $1,500
#1171 This Navajo Moki blanket was woven in the 1880s; it is in excellent condition and is a large piece at 86” x 56”. This detailed design is rendered in black, red, blue, and purple; it features diamonds, squares, lines, and crosses. Photos and a detailed description are included on our website. This very special Moki style blanket is $14,000
#1189 This rug is a variant of Plate XXX of the JB Moore Crystal Trading Post Catalog published in the early 1900s. Its black/brown ribbon border surrounds a gray field that features red cardinals and black airplane like shapes. It is in excellent condition and measures 69” x 51”,
This very nice antique rug is $3,500.
#1047 A storm pattern rug very similar to Plate XXVIII featured in an early JB Moore Crystal Trading Post Catalog, this weaving is full of symbolism depicting the Sacred Mountains, the four winds and whirling logs. .A detailed description on this website explains the numerous symbols, squares, diamonds, zig-zag lines. It measures 45” x 65” and is in red, white, and black; it is circa 1910 and in excellent condition. $2,900
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