Striking storm pattern flatweave Navajo rug from the
Two Gray Hills weaving tradition. Rare homespun black wool background shown by the numerous variegated areas. Very desirable size, style, and colors.
As perpetually fashionable as they are collectible, traditional
Navajo rugs, skillfully woven by members of the Native American Navajo tribe, are similar to kilims and constructed using similar time-honored techniques. This antique Navajo rug has a character all its own ...
Traditional Navajo rug or blanket, circa 1890. Woven
of aniline-dyed wools of red, yellow and black using a repetitive terraced diamond design outlined in white for dazzler effect. Outer diamond motifs are open at the rug's edge suggesting an extension ...