Handmade American Navajo Two Grey Hills Flatwoven Throw Rug
We are offering this stunning rare giant Navajo carpet in a Two Grey Hills Caucasian – inspired stepped and hooked open medallion outlined in ivory with ivory and grey corner squares and other geometric devices. Distinctly abrashed rust and grey reciprocal colors. Well-balanced and very professionally executed. Excellent condition. Measures: 32" x 54".
- Hand woven in traditional Navajo style
- 32" x 54"
- Tasseled corners
- Vacuum regularly without the beater brush; Spot clean with warm soapy water
- Ivory, Grey, Black, Rust
Navajo rugs have held a special place and prominence. Native American blankets, and later Native American authentic Navajo rugs have always been a part of the culture. The Navajo have traditionally woven the finest Navajo blankets and rugs and one doesn’t think of the Native American Indian art of Arizona without the image of the Navajo woven Southwestern rug coming to the fore. These rugs are unsurpassed in their beauty and technical skill. Patterns in the Southwestern rugs seen today are historically based in the antique Navajo rugs of the past. The intricate designs and natural colors seen in a Navajo Southwestern area rug is a culmination of influences from the early Indian trading posts, early Mexican colonists, and aspects of white American design culture, but all these the Navajo have incorporated and made their own. It is difficult to speak of the Native American rugs of today without addressing antique Navajo blankets and Navajo history. The Navajo, among all the weavers of Native American blankets, have throughout history been considered the masters in weaving.
Material: 100% Wool (hand woven) Measurements: 32" x 54" Overall Condition: Pristine condition. Very well maintained. It appears to have been very well maintained !