It’s not the best vid but it will do!! Ok QUESTION time does anyone collect Navajo rugs or knows someone who does?? If you do please send them my way!! I don’t know how much they are worth or anything about them!! The person I bought this from said it was there great grandmothers and they were around 60 Year’s old at the time i bought it. It’s been a few year back but it’s just been siting not being used because I don’t want too ruin it. If you know anyone who could help please dm me or comment on this post. It’s hand made/stitched it’s very bright and the person I bought it from said they had kept it put away so it didn’t get ruin and it’s in really good condition so if you know anything about Navajo rugs please let me know thanks!!! Ps. From what I’ve read online real Navajo Rug do not have fringe but some sites said some of the rugs did and other’s said they did not!! #vintagerugs#rughelp#navajo ? #navajorugs#navajorugs#navajoweaving#helprugs
Every now and then you come across a Navajo weaving that stops you in its tracks. You've just got to stop, stand back and take in it's beauty. THIS is one of those weavings.
This is an early piece from the 1930s in excellent condition. It's a Ganado - Klagetoh as evidenced by the gorgeous variegated natural gray wool background and the deep crimson Ganado red.
The simple geometric symmetry catches your eye and won't let you go. You grab a line and follow it around and around as it moves through the weaving.
This piece is very skillfully and tightly woven. Spiderwoman certainly smiled on the artisan. Details:
Style: Ganado - Klagetoh
Weaver: Unknown Navajo
Date: Circa 1930's
Size: 50″ x 104″ (1.27M x 2.64M)
Item# GHT 21
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MC Escher is well known for his optical illusions and perhaps he was influenced by the Tumbling Block design of the Navajo weavings.
This early piece from the 1920s was woven using Lincoln wool and measures 2'10" x 4'4". It's point of focus is of a cluster of tumbling blocks with key points being the thin lines in the blocks and the corner designs which add depth, and highlight. It's extremely difficult to create straight lines when weaving. This rug was woven by a masterful weaver who used natural browns and creams and dyed red to create this piece of art.
Style:Eye Dazzler / Optical
Weaver: Unknown Navajo
Size: 2’10″ x 4’4″ (.86M x1.32M)
Item# GHT 2251
A unique blend of history, Native American culture and storytelling make these weavings an art like no other.
To be showcased on your walls or grace your floors, this functional heirloom is one-of-a-kind piece of history that took 100's of hours to create and will last many lifetimes. We'd love to tell you more about it!
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