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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    Revival rug by Laverne Tacheney (Navajo)
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    was $4,500.00 Special Price $4,050.00
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    Pictorial rug by Louise Singer (Navajo)
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    was $5,000.00 Special Price $4,500.00
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    Burntwater rug by Emily Blake (Navajo)
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    was $6,000.00 Special Price $5,400.00
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    Revival rug by Mike Joe (Navajo)
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    was $3,975.00 Special Price $3,577.50
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    Red Mesa rug by Ruby Coggashell (Navajo)
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    was $4,500.00 Special Price $4,050.00
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    Teec Nos Pos rug by an unknown artist (Navajo)
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    was $3,800.00 Special Price $3,420.00
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    Two Grey Hills rug by an unknown artist (Navajo)
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    was $4,000.00 Special Price $3,600.00
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    Mulit-rug by Vivian Descheny (Navajo)
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    was $8,000.00 Special Price $7,200.00
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    Burntwater rug by Cara Yazzie Gorman (Navajo)
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    was $3,350.00 Special Price $3,015.00
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    Revival Rug by Janice Vanwinkle (Navajo)
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    was $5,000.00 Special Price $4,500.00
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    Germantown rug by an unknown artist (Navajo)
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    was $12,000.00 Special Price $10,800.00
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