This Month’s Featured Navajo Rugs
The morning air is chilly and I’m thinking about the coming holidays filled with decorating and gift shopping. Here’s a head start so you can relax in December.
Pre-holiday Sale 25% OFF sitewide.
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All Navajo weavings are on SALE including previously marked down pieces. Take 25% off regular and sale priced rugs, wall hangings, and saddle blankets. Now through November 30, 2023.
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#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. Previously $2,900 Now $2,175
#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 was $14,000 Now $10,500
#1183 is from the Two Grey Hills area. The 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. Previously $1,000 Now $750
#1194 Ganado Rug has three borders surrounding a gray center field with six stepped diamonds within diamonds: a very intricate pattern. Its four corner tassels have been restored; this nearly 100-year-old rug is in excellent condition. 99”x67”; circa 1930 $8,200 Now $6,125
#1195 Two Grey Hills Table Runner with Polar Bears. This rare 75”x 20” size in natural black, white, and gray accented with aniline dyed yellow, red, orange, and turquoise includes six polar bears in its center. Circa 1930 it is in excellent condition; the weaver is unknown. Previously $2100 Now $1,575
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