Navajo Rug; Two Gray Hills SamplerNavajo Rug; Two Gray Hills Sampler

Julia Enoch, Navajo weaver, Two Gray Hills wool rug. Circa 1980. Size: 13" W, 14.75" L.

The two gray hills style of Navajo rug, typically from the Eastern reservation and in this case from Crownpoint, NM, depicts four corner triangles and a central diamond-shaped geometric pattern. Colors used in this style are traditionally natural wool colors: white or cream, brown, gray, and black. The wool used in this rug is handspun sheep's wool.

CONDITION: Excellent. No damage or repairs. The staples used to attach the tag can be removed without damaging the rug.

Nice sample size for a traditional Eastern reservation pattern.
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Navajo Rug; Two Gray Hills Sampler


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