Trading Post Rug, Navajo, first quarter of the 20th century
first quarter of the 20th century
wool with aniline dyes
124 x 81 inches
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Vintage Southwestern/Navajo rug woven at the Ganado Trading Post (founded by John Lorenzo Hubbell at Ganado, Arizona, in 1876). Woven of native handspun wool in natural fleece colors of gray, ivory/white and brown/black with aniline red.
This textile is well suited for use on the floor as an area rug or as a wall hanging/tapestry or furniture throw.

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