NR1001 Ganado Navajo Rug

Ganado Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Classic Ganado, weaver Betty Begay, 31″ x 52″, $2895

Ganado Navajo RugsThis handwoven Ganado Navajo rug is from our personal collection, was purchased at Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado AZ in the early 1980s, and includes the Hubbell Certificate of Genuineness. The weaver is Betty Begay. The rug stayed in safekeeping rolled until recently, and includes a functional but easily removable strip of cedar backing along the 52 in border, since it is currently displayed lengthways as a wall hanging.

Ganado emerged as one of the original regional style centers during the Rug Period 1890-1920, and is often thought of as the classic Navajo rug. An uncomplicated geometric design theme dominated by the serrate, or stair-stepped diamond, on a beautifully dark red background, characterizes the Ganado...

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NR1002 Ganado Navajo Rug

Ganado Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Classic Ganado, weaver Helen Curley, 26.5″ x 42.5″, $977

Ganado Navajo RugsThis handwoven Ganado rug is from our personal collection, was purchased at Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado AZ in the early 1980s, and includes the Hubbell Certificate of Genuineness. The weaver is Helen Curley. The rug stayed in safekeeping rolled until recently, and includes a functional but easily removable strip of cedar backing along the 52 in border, since it is currently displayed lengthways as a wall hanging.

Ganado emerged as one of the original regional style centers during the Rug Period 1890-1920, and is often thought of as the classic Navajo rug. An uncomplicated geometric design theme dominated by the serrate, or stair-stepped diamond, on a beautifully dark red background, characterizes the Ganado...

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NR1003 Teec Nos Pos Navajo Rug

Teec Nos Pos Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Teec Nos Pos, weaver Martha Nez, 46″ x 75″, $7188

Teec Nos Pos Navajo RugsThis handwoven Teec Nos Pos Navajo rug is one of our personal collection, was purchased at Teec Nos Pos Trading Post, Teec Nos Pos AZ in the early 1980s, and includes the Teec Nos Pos Navajo rug Certificate of Genuineness. The weaver is Martha Nez. The rug stayed in safekeeping rolled until recently, and includes a functional but easily removable strip of cedar backing along the 46 in border, since it is currently displayed as a wall hanging.

Teec Nos Pos was recognized as a rug style in the 1950’s. These Native American rugs have a Persian flamboyance, incorporating bright and bold yellow, green and red colored yarns...

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NR1004 Two Grey Hills Navajo Rug

Two Grey Hills Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Two Grey Hills, weaver Elsie Curley, 45.5″ x 32″, $1519

Two Grey Hills Navajo RugsThis handwoven Two Grey Hills Navajo rug is from our personal collection, was purchased at Teec Nos Pos Trading Post, Teec Nos Pos AZ in the early 1980s, and includes the Teec Nos Pos Navajo rug Certificate of Genuineness. The weaver is Elsie Curley. Most contemporary weavers do not steadfastly adhere to the Navajo regional rug style native to their region, hence Two Grey Hills style weavings exist in the Teec Nos Pos region. Some weavers, regardless of their reservation home, may prefer one rug art design while residing in a different regional area. This rug stayed in safekeeping rolled until recently, and includes a functional but easily removable strip of cedar backing along the 45...

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NR1005 Storm Navajo Rug

Storm Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Storm pattern, weaver David Naigo, 44″ x 62″, $1894

warps 7
average wefts 44

Storm Navajo RugsThis newly handwoven Storm pattern Navajo rug is 100% wool. The weaver, David Naigo of Whippoorwill Az, is a member of the Navajo Rug Weavers Association, and the rug includes the Navajo Rug Weavers Association Certificate of Genuineness.

Click on the Rug Image for a close up view and accurate representation of the dark red color enhancing this rug. The shades of gray and black in this full rug view are accurately depicted, but the highlighting maroon/dark red color is not clearly visible. Both the center hogan, and smaller boxes at each corner of the rug, contain maroon accents on each side of the design...

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NR1006 Storm Navajo Rug

Storm Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Storm pattern, weaver Melinda Bede, 31″ x 40″, $1291

warps 9
average wefts 38

Storm Navajo RugsSuperior value and weave, particularly appealing color arrangements and intricate designs, tightly woven with clear distinct lines.

This newly handwoven Storm pattern Navajo rug is 100% wool. The weaver, Melinda Bede of Chinle Az, is a member of the Navajo Rug Weavers Association, and the rug includes the Navajo Rug Weavers Association Certificate of Genuineness.

The Storm pattern was accepted as a Navajo rug weaving style in the 1950’s. Typically bordered Navajo rugs rendered in black, white, gray and red color combinations, Storm is a distinctive pattern originating in the Tuba City area or western half of the Navajo Indian reservation...

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NR1007 Storm Navajo Rug

Storm Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Storm pattern, weaver Anita John, 34″ x 52″, $1227

warps 7
average wefts 38

Storm Navajo RugsThis newly handwoven Storm pattern Navajo rug is 100% wool. The weaver, Anita John of Whippoorwill Az, is a member of the Navajo Rug Weavers Association, and the rug includes the Navajo Rug Weavers Association Certificate of Genuineness.

The Storm pattern was accepted as a Navajo rug weaving style in the 1950’s. Typically bordered Navajo rugs rendered in black, white, gray and red color combinations, Storm is a distinctive pattern originating in the Tuba City area or western half of the Navajo Indian reservation...

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NR1008 Storm Navajo Rug

Storm Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Storm pattern, weaver Grace Laughten, 25.5″ x 44″, $779

warps 8
average wefts 38

Storm Navajo RugsThis newly handwoven Storm pattern Navajo rug is 100% wool. The weaver, Grace Laughten of Kayenta Az, is a member of the Navajo Rug Weavers Association, and the rug includes the Navajo Rug Weavers Association Certificate of Genuineness.

The Storm pattern was accepted as a Navajo rug weaving style in the 1950’s. Typically bordered Navajo rugs rendered in black, white, gray and red color combinations, Storm is a distinctive pattern originating in the Tuba City area or western half of the Navajo Indian reservation...

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NR1009 Storm Navajo Rug

Storm Navajo Rug

Authentic Navajo rug, Storm pattern, weaver Cora Taylor, 23″ x 32″, $511

warps 7
average wefts 34

Storm Navajo RugThis newly handwoven Storm pattern Navajo rug is 100% wool. The weaver, Cora Taylor of Pinon Az, is a member of the Navajo Rug Weavers Association, and the rug includes the Navajo Rug Weavers Association Certificate of Genuineness.

The Storm pattern was accepted as a Navajo rug weaving style in the 1950’s. Typically bordered Navajo rugs rendered in black, white, gray and red color combinations, Storm is a distinctive pattern originating in the Tuba City area or western half of the Navajo Indian reservation...

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NR1010 Ganado Navajo Rug

Ganado Navajo Rugs

Authentic Navajo rug, Classic Ganado, weaver Nellie Wagner, 29.5″ x 42″, $860

warps 9
average wefts 40

Ganado Navajo RugsThis newly handwoven Ganado pattern Navajo rug is 100% wool. The weaver, Nellie Wagner of Kearns Canyon Az, is a member of the Navajo Rug Weavers Association, and the rug includes the Navajo Rug Weavers Association Certificate of Genuineness.

Ganado emerged as one of the original regional style centers during the Rug Period 1890-1920, and is often thought of as the classic Navajo rug. An uncomplicated geometric design theme dominated by the serrate, or stair-stepped diamond, on a beautifully dark red background, characterizes the Ganado. In some pieces one diamond is drawn out from end to end, as in this weave; in others, three adjoining or interlocking diamonds fill most of the space...

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