All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1900 item #1248386
Very pretty layout of the Third Phase Chief Blanket is enhanced by the soft pink-red Bayeta and bright indigo.

Circa 1875, the Bayeta (cochineal dye) is raveled and hand spun with native white wool. This sets the time frame!

53" by 67", very nice condition with minor restoration, call for more details, 480-945-5432.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1900 item #1248385
Fabulous grid overlay on a Moki stripe is beautifully executed on this antique Late Classic Navajo serape.

Hand spun native wool is soft and silky! Indigo blue is almost purple, alternating with rich natural brown stripes creating the backdrop for the bright red grid. Note the white elements at the tops of the points. This weaver had great vision and style!

Lovely clean condition, minor restoration along the top.

4'8" by 6'3".

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1900 item #1248384
Indigo dyed four point twill weave borders with a natural rich dark brown wool center, hallmarks of fine Hopi Pueblo Indian weaving the of late 19th Century.

This woman's manta (dress)is so rich in color, but very hard to photograph! It is amazing wall art.

Hand spun native wool, woven by a man in a Kiva for his wife, circa 1880-1900.

35 1/2" by 50". Very nice condition, a couple of very tiny holes.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #1248382
A Red Mesa Outline is bordered with a Teec Nos Pos style fret design, all beautifully woven in the 1915-1920 era.

Nice hand spun native wool is aniline dyed red, orange, black with some vegetal tan, bronze and silvery blue.

Really fine weave with all the sharp lines and points.

3'6" by 6'. Excellent clean condition.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #1248379
Beautiful native wool is hand spun and carded, aniline dyed red, yellow and dark blue in a classic early (1915) Red Mesa outline.

Lovely use of the whole space with bold symmetry of the old Eye dazzler design.

3'8" by 6'5", looks like modern art for the wall!

Fine, clean condition.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #1248376
Great use of the Spider Woman crosses in this late transitional Navajo textile. Dating around no later than 1915. Lorenzo Hubbell encouraged the use of the equilateral crosses at the Trading Post at Ganado.

The soft hand spun native wool took the aniline dyes and held them, but gave up some of the vegetal greens.

3'6" by 6', looks modern and graphic on the wall.

Fine condition, clean.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #1248303
Lovely old floor rug from the Crystal Trading Post, circa 1920s. A Navajo rug with all the attributes you would expect, hooks, intertwined lines, valero stars and that J.B. Moore style border.

Lovely native hand spun wool is dyed with aniline red, vegetal yellow, green and bronze, natural brown and white.

4' by 6'7".

Fine condition, displays nicely! Great antique Navajo weaving for a collector or novice!

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #1248300
A late transitional textile is almost square and certainly an Eye Dazzler derivative.

Circa 1915-1925, fine hand spun native wool is beautifully carded for a warm background color, the dark brown is natural and the red is aniline dyed, unusual restraint of color for a weaver from Red Mesa.

At 4'9" by 5'3", this old textile is almost square, and the design layout is oriented horizontally.

Fine original condition, clean, perfect visually for a wall hanging.

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1900 item #1228182
A Navajo Indian wearing blanket from the 1870-1880s period, termed a Late Classic serape by design and a Transitional by materials.

Handspun native wool is aniline dyed red, natural white and Indigo blue...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1910 item #1201379 (stock #R)
Item Title:Native American rug Culture:Navajo Age:1890`s - 1910`s Made of:Wool Provenance :Former MA Estate Measurements:68 1/2 inches long x 56 1/2 inches wide. Condition:Good, minor damage(see picture 7 ), nice patina,some wear.Please see pictures for a detailed description This item will be shipped worldwide
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1900 item #1192948
Transitional era Navajo weaving is known for the use of vibrant aniline dyed colors, this is the epitome of that! Reds, oranges, yellow and deep blue are all aniline dyes, the small green triangles are vegetal dye...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #1158606
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$1,266.00
This fine Hopi Manta is nicer than my poor pictures show. It is made from natural brown homespun wool, much of which is over dyed with indigo. There is some commercial yarn used in the tassels and over weave parts as well. In near mint condition, there is slight wear at the corners. It was literally caked with dirt when I got it, I had to wash it to make sure it would not rot! fine diamond patterns in the top and bottom. circa 1910, possibly earlier...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Americas : American Indian : Blankets : Pre 1920 item #71696
Beautiful Navajo saddle blanket. Acquired by Vann Manning Jr., Chief of the Bureau of Mines in the Herbert Hoover Administration. He obtained this rug on a trip to the Southwest during his tenure. The colors are vivid, however, over the years some bleeding has occured. It measures 22" x 20".