Newly Added Navajo Rugs * 4 Featured *
Our recent exhibit at the Kings Art Center was a big success with lots of folks from near and far.
Here’s a link to photos of the opening reception and a close up of each of the 38 weavings. I’m sure you will enjoy them.
As you prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving and end of the year holidays, we can help you give your home a fresh look with the addition of an original Navajo weaving; the items below are very special and adaptable to many décor styles.
# 1159 is a Germantown Sunday Saddle blanket with vibrant colors, 27″ x 29″ plus fringe. It is circa 1900 and in almost new condition; canvas with a tight weave.
# 1158 is a Germantown child’s blanket with fringe on all sides; the colors are beautiful and it is tightly woven. An outstanding weaving at 31″ x 33″; circa 1890.
# 866 is a circa 1930 open field double saddle blanket measuring 65″ x 35″.
# 908 is a little Chinle weaving with Chinle Stars circa 2000; it is 22″ x 19″.
# 1106 another Chinle Navajo Weaving with Chinle Stars circa 2010; it is 35″ x 27″.
# 1147 an outstanding Teec Nos Pos Navajo Weaving. It is 98″ x 59″ circa 1920 to 1930. $24,000 for the month of November.
# 1141 is Red Mesa Chiefs Blanket circa 1900 to 1920. At 74″ x 55″ it is a great Chief’s blanket. $4,900 for the month of November.
# 1148 is a Germantown Blanket circa 1880. At 74″ x 47″ it is an outstanding piece. $17,000 for the month of November.
# 555 This Bisti Style Navajo weaving is circa 1940 and is 41″ x71″. $3,500 for the month of November.
Any questions let me know. Give me a call +1-559-259-9482 or email
Let us know if you plan to be in Hanford to see the exhibit.