Phil was right; we are having an early spring, in California at least. Almond trees are full of white flowers and the pink stone fruit trees are not far behind. I don’t know how that groundhog in Pennsylvania does it.
As for me, I’ve been adding to the collections and am offering you some amazing weavings this season.
We added two outstanding blankets. The first is the best Sandpainting Blanket I have ever offered.
# 1115 is a large Sandpainting from the Nightway Ceremony. It is circa 1920 and is 71″ x 67″. With a lot of detail and action, it is a great weaving in a size perfect for a living room or office.
# 113 is a Chief’s Blanket circa 1920 to 1930. It is 53″ x 71″. It is a really great blanket.
March’s featured rugs are:
# 1072 is a Germantown Navajo Dress Panel made to be worn at ceremonies and special occasions. It is 30″ x 46″, and circa 1880 to 1900. For the month of March $2500.
# 1047 is a JB Moore Catalog rug Plate XXVIII. It is 45″ x 65″ and circa 1910. For the month of March $3700.
We have a selection of blankets and rugs at close out prices. It includes a variety of sizes, patterns, and colorations. Take a look. You might find just the one you’ve been looking for.
That’s all for March.