Navajo Textiles

Navajo textiles have been a popular collectible item for more than 200 years, when other Native people, as well as the Spanish, sought them as prized possessions. In the early 1900s, traders encouraged weavers to create regional designs with distinctive patterns and colors, including using commercially dyed wool and other materials. Many of these styles, or variations on them, continue today.
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    Teec Nos Pos rug by Alice Thompson (Navajo)
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    was $3,000.00 Special Price $2,700.00
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    Two Grey Hills rug by Lenora Gould (Navajo)
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    was $3,600.00 Special Price $3,240.00
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    Burnham rug by Bessie Barber (Navajo)
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    was $3,000.00 Special Price $2,700.00
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    Ganado rug by Ruby Hubbard (Navajo)
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    was $3,000.00 Special Price $2,700.00
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    Burntwater rug by Irene Bia (Navajo)
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    was $3,600.00 Special Price $3,240.00
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    Contemporary rug by Lucy Begay (Navajo)
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    was $3,000.00 Special Price $2,700.00
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    Two Grey Hills rug by Caroline Sales (Navajo)
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    was $4,000.00 Special Price $3,600.00
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    Ganado Red rug by Rose Benally (Navajo)
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    was $3,800.00 Special Price $3,420.00
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    Sampler rug by Shirley Nockideneh (Navajo)
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    was $3,800.00 Special Price $3,420.00
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    Yei rug by Christine Chischilly (Navajo)
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    was $3,000.00 Special Price $2,700.00
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    Burntwater rug by Bertha Roan (Navajo)
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    was $7,500.00 Special Price $6,750.00
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