For your consideration we are offering a terrific hand-woven Navajo rug decorated with double "H"s and crosses. It is completely hand woven rug with a pallet of natural colors of beige, brownish-black, brown, and black. The rug is nicely sized for display purposes measuring about 4 feet 7 inches by 3 feet 3 inches. The condition is quite good with very little sign of wear! It is a very heavy and tight weave. There are a few slight pulls in the wool. The tassels on the corners are short or missing. There are a number of very light stains. In our opinion this rug is much better than average for its age. It might have been on a floor at one time, but if so then is was well treated. The bold double H graphic design with two crosses and kiva steps makes a wonderful statement when hanging on a wall or over a railing. It would also be stunning on a floor but it would a shame to subject such a fine survivor to that kind of abuse. There is no doubt that once you have this elegant piece of art in your home, then you will find a way to show it off to best advantage.
As a piece of art or a decorative element in an Arts and Crafts home, you can not go wrong with this beauty. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to send email. Also, as is always true of purchases from Sweetpea Cottage, YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED. We are the primary Navajo Rug dealer on Ruby Lane and if you wish to return the rug for any reason we gladly refund your purchase price minus shipping. Within three days of receiving the rug, simply notify us by email that you wish to return it. Once we receive it in original condition in a timely fashion, then we will refund the full purchase price of the rug minus shipping charges. Domestic shipping is $35.00 for this item. We will not be able to ship this item to international customers.
Item ID: AntNR-691
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