c. 1920's Germantown rug by an unknown artist (Navajo), with fringe restoration and repair work, excellent condition for age
The Whirling Log symbol is not associated with the Swastika and pre-dates WWII. Long before its appearance in WWII, the Whirling Log symbol has been seen as a symbol of healing, protection, and well-being not only by the Navajo people, but also by inhabitants of ancient India, Tibet, and many cultures across Asia. The Whirling Log symbol comes from a Navajo folk tale and is considered to represent well-being and good luck.
This item is an consignment item and is not eligible for return or layaway.