A delightfully graphic large rug, decorated with Vallero Stars on the main ground, bordered by a row of stars worked in a slight variation. Woven of hand-spun yarn in natural white and grey, with red and black aniline-dyed hand-spun.
Navajo Tree of Life, Pictorial Weaving #5004
Navajo Tree of Life, pictorial weaving, made with aniline dyes.
101" long, 62 1/2" wide
Navajo Two Grey Hills Weaving #SF2796
An early Two Grey Hills weaving from the north west area of New Mexico. Woven with natural handspun wool and red aniline dyed wool as an accent color. Weavers combshave been incorporated into the complex design.
size: 50" wide, 71" long
Navajo Third Phase Chiefs Pattern #10078
A Third phase Chief’s Pattern Weaving made of hand spun wool. Banded natural brown and white stripes alternate with diamond and cross forms woven into the center and edges.
Size: 58"1/2 x 52"
Size: 52" x 61"
Germantown Pictorial Weaving #8600
An outstanding masterpiece.
94 inches by 58 inches
Western Reservation Storm Pattern #SF2830
An early Storm pattern rug woven with natural grey, brown and tan wool, along with white and aniline red. Central rectangle wit arms stretching to the corners with four sacred mountains. Waterbug elements on both ends. Bordered with red and brown hooked elements.
With edge repair.
Size: 170" x 62", 14' x 5'4"
Navajo Storm Pattern Rug #SF2827
A very large Storm Patter Rug with predominate colors of blue and grey. The design originates from the early 1900's at Crystal trading post in Western NM. Central rectangle with brown arms stretching to the four holy mountains. A natural grey background with both natural and dyed hand spun wool used.
Size: 133" x 72", 11' x 6'
Navajo Klagetoh Rug #SF2828
A large Klagetoh weaving from the northeastern part of Arizona. A very well executed weaving showing several central serrated diamonds bordered by two rows of brown stair step elements. The field is a varigated handspun grey wool with the border being black. Excellent condition.
Size: 96' x 76', 8' x 7.6'
Ganado Textile #5001
Homespun yarn. Red background w/ white & black geometric designs.
101" high, 70" wide
Navajo Crystal Rug #SF2826
An early Crystal weaving from the area around J.B Moore's Trading post.
The woven imagery shows a central rug with crosses and diamonds surrounded by large hooked elements on a natural gray field. White bands top and bottom and a brown border enclose the design. Natural hand spun wool.
Size: 75" x 47", 6' 3" x 4"
Navajo Banded Serape #SF2822
Navajo banded serape, softly woven in natural white, black and aniline salmon red. Seven bands highlighted with black lines and beaded design.
Size: 67" x 51
Large Crystal Rug #SF2829
A large and striking crystal rug from the J B Moore Trading Post region. A central cross design flanked by checkerboard and diamond elements on a natural handspun wool field. Linked diamonds on a white background border the rug.
Size: 113" x 65", 9'4" x 5'4"
Early Teec Nos Pos Rug #SF2831
A extremely elaborate Teec made with natural handspun wool. Central diamond motifs over a natural handspun grey wool field. Alternating arrow and feather elements within the field. A very intricate border surrounds this exceptionally tightly woven masterpiece.
Size: 168" x 78", 14' x 6' 6"
Navajo Ganado Floor Rug #SF2824
A very large Navajo floor rug woven with handspun wool. An interlocking geometric border design surrounds a field with multiple diamond shaped elements. Aniline dyed red, natural brown, Black and white wool.