Size: 74″ X 68″
Description & Condition: Navajo circa 1915. This rug is similar to a Sandpainting rug on page 148 of the book, “Navajo Weavings With Ceremonial Themes”. That rug is based on the Father of Sky and Mother of Earth sandpainting from the Shooting Way chant.
This rug is in excellent or close to new condition. The wool is very early and has the same fell as a blanket.
Please contact Charley Castles through https://charleysnavajorugs.com/ for more information.
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