2 Featured Navajo Rugs.
It’s finally fall in central California and we are enjoying a break from the heat of a long, long summer.
Fall is a popular time to redecorate homes and offices and, in spite of the Coronavirus Pandemic, this year has been no different. Several of our rugs have new homes. We took our own advice and switched out a rug that was hung horizontally behind the couch in our family room for quite some time and replaced it with a Moki rug hung vertically. It is surprising what a difference changing the direction made; the room feels taller and it looks fresh with that simple change.
We’re glad we made the switch.
Shop early for the holidays. Our shipping partners tell us they expect an increase is the number of holiday packages and have warned us of longer shipping times and possible delays.
Two rugs and one blanket have been added to the collection.
#1143 is a Navajo Germantown blanket circa 18880-1890. At 40″ x 87″, this eye catching blanket has a row of 15 serrated outlined diamonds down the center and similar half diamonds on each side. It is very tightly woven.
#1133 is a Three Gallegos Dancer pattern, circa 1930. It is 39″ x 51″.
Prices have been reduced on the following rugs through November. # 1131j is a very special Nightway Sandpainting circa 1920. This large rug is 102″ x 70″. $9900 through November.
# 1121 is a Red Mesa rug at 43″ x 72″ and circa 1930. $1000 through November.
That’s all for this month.
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