Featured Transitional and Red Mesa Navajo Rugs for Sale March 2021

March 2021

2 New Listings. 2 Featured Navajo Rugs.

After nearly a year of limitations due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, the situation is looking better in central California with activities and public gatherings beginning to resume. Being optimistic, we plan to exhibit 25 outstanding Navajo textiles at the Kings Art Center in Hanford.  It all starts with a reception on Friday, September 10. We welcome you to join us that evening.

Exhibit & Sale

Navajo Textiles – The Charley Castles Collection
Opening Reception: Friday September 10, 2021 at 5:30 p.m.
Kings Art Center, 605 N. Douty Street, Hanford California
Exhibition: Saturday, September 11 – Saturday, October 16


New to the Collection

# 1144 is a superb Teec Nos Pos style weaving in a rare Ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) pottery design.  It is
76″ x 51″, circa 1920.  This very tightly woven piece is the best Teec Nos Pos we have ever offered. $24,000

Teec Nos Pos with Red Mesa Influence Navajo Rug 1144
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# 1145 is a J. B. Moore Crystal Trading Post rug that includes two large Water Bugs. It is 73″ x 39″, circa 1930.  $1,600

J. B. Moore Crystal Trading Post Navajo Rug 1145
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Featured Weavings

# 1136 is a Transitional Navajo blanket that measures 52″ x 77″.  It is circa 1890.  This very well woven piece is an outstanding very old blanket. $5,400

Transitional Navajo Blanket 1136
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# 1142 is a Red Mesa Navajo rug that measures 76″ x 57″ and is circa 1930. Its wool was hand spun into yarn for an excellent tight weave. $6,300

Red Mesa Navajo Rug 1142
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That’s all for this month have a great March.

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