29 June 2006
PROPERTY FROM A MAJOR AMERICAN MUSEUM, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND
A NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG
finely and tightly woven of native handspun wool, in natural and aniline shades of ivory, brown, tan and red, with a pair of hooked devices, flanked top and bottom by a pair of concentric crosses, each enclosing a whirling logs motif, waterbugs in the corners, solid borders
Dimensions: 91 x 52 in. (2.31 x 1.32 m.)
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Illustrated in Patterns and Sources of Navajo Weaving by Bill Harmsen, page 49.
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