Modern Navajo weaving by Susie Nez Robinson, circa 1996.
The Burntwater style is crisp and stylish with a complex design.
Commercially dyed wool is hand spun and woven on the upright tapestry loom.
52" by 68", it hangs nicely as wall art or can be placed on the floor.
This terra cotta color would look great with Saltillo tile.
Like new condition, it has been on a wall.
Navajo Chief Blanket revival from Red Mesa, circa 1930-40s.
All hand spun native wool is dyed with aniline red, orange, turquoise, black, natural white and camel.
46" by 61" woven wider than tall, makes it a blanket.
Excellent original condition, the colors are bright and strong.
Real eye dazzler elements from the outlining.
Lovely all natural colors in this vintage Two Gray Hills Navajo textile.
Woven with hand spun native wool by Pauling Yazzie in the 1980s.
Naturlal white, brown, camel, gold and dyed black for contrast.
37" by 53", makes a great wall hanging, it has dimension to the design.
Perfect original condition.