This Month’s Featured Navajo Rugs
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No matter which room you are decorating there is a Navajo weaving that will add warmth and true western Native American style to the spaces where you spend most of your time.
With our wide range of sizes, colorations, and patterns, you are sure to find the solution for every room in your home or office. Reduced prices are good through September 30, 2023.
#1196 is an 88” x 56” predominantly black and white weaving circa 1930; it features multiple water bugs in four rows.
#1194 is a Granado style weaving from the 1930s. Its three borders enclose a gray field of six intricate diamond patterns. It is in excellent condition.
#1192 This 133-year-old Transitional style weaving is in excellent condition. It is circa 1890 and measures 96” x 50”. It is very well woven with vivid colors including bright purple a color not often seen in this early timeframe.
#1172 is a Crystal style rug circa 1950; it is very well woven with some imperfections. Its 78” x 62” ample size is well suited for a seating area or office space.
#1166 This Two Grey Hills area weaving from the Toadlena Trading Post is a variant of the sought after Storm pattern. It includes multiple borders, Valero Stars, and an airplane like figure. An excellent tightly woven piece in black, white, gray, brown, and tan it measures 88” x 66”.
#1170 This circa 1990 weaving by Helen M. Johnson is a revival of a style originally woven in the 1880s. It is in excellent condition and large measuring 85”x 62”. The complicated design includes a lightning bolt, diamonds, chevrons, and a large cross.
These are great weavings at great prices good through September 30, 2023.
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