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Textiles

The textiles of the Navajo and Pueblo people are unmatched in the world for their quality and variety. The colors, designs and materials of weaving in the Southwest trace the history of the region, and each weaving is a powerful statement on the culture behind its creation. Most of the pieces here are from the Germantown, Transitional and Early Regional period, when the Navajo rug took its familiar form. We especially favor interesting Navajo pictorial weavings, both rugs and blankets.

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Hopi woven sash in a very unusual color palette, c. 1920-40....
Hopi woven manta with brocade decoration, c. 1920. A cotton...
Navajo pictorial sampler, c. 1900. "Gandy dancer" railroad workers...
Navajo pictorial weaving, c. 1930. A wonderful pictorial rug with...
Absolutely stunning Navajo blanket, c. 1880. Made with Germantown...
Hopi woven cotton child's size rain sash, c. 1940. Since rain...
Large and beautiful Navajo Teec Nos Pos weaving, c. 1930. Very good...
Rio Grande Pueblo painted dance kilt, c. 1950. A very cool snake...
Hopi woven cotton rain sash, c. 1940. Made to be part of a maiden's...
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