Featured Wide Ruins And Moki Navajo Rugs May 2024

This Month’s Featured Navajo Rugs

May 2024

Make a statement with weavings. Whether in calming natural or bold bright colors, Navajo weavings can set the bar for your home or office décor. These new to the collection rugs and blankets are available for shipping within 24 hours of purchase.


# 1201 : This vegetal dyed Wide Ruins style Navajo weaving by Master Weaver Ellen Smith was created in 1980. It is 60” x 42” inches; primarily gold with gray, brown, and white; it is in excellent condition. Ellen and her weavings were featured in Steve Getzwiller’s book The Fine Art of Navajo Weaving. $3,700

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# 1127 is a contemporary Moki Chiefs blanket circa 1970. It is 73” x 56”. With dark blue, light blue, and off-white stripes accented with black and maroon, it is an exceptionally well woven design. $2,900

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# 1172 This Ganado style weaving is very well woven and suitable for use as a rug. It was recently professionally cleaned and restored; woven in 1950 it is 78” x 62” by an unknown weaver. It has a stunning red, black, and white design. $3,850

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# 1158 is a colorful Germantown yarn child’s blanket that is more than 100-years old. The field is red with prayer sticks and lightning bolts in green, white, black and gold. It is 31” x 33” , in excellent condition and circa 1890. $1,900

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# 1060 This transitional banded rug with chevrons is 45” x 68” and in very good condition. The handspun yarns are red, brown, desert gray, white, and orange. It is circa 1910; the weaver is unknown. $1,400

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That’s it for this month.

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