This completely hand woven weaving is made with a pallet of natural colors of cream, brown, and black along with a rich dyed red. The yarn all appears to be hand spun. The rug is of substantial size measuring about 40 inches by 73 ½ inches. If it was ever a floor rug, then is was treated with respect. The condition is good although there is some light soiling and some subtle hand-sewn repairs. Several of the corners are a bit ragged as can be seen in the photos. In our opinion this rug is in highly collectible condition and ready to be displayed. However, with a small investment it could be cleaned and the corners could be fixed. That would give you a truly outstanding weaving with a bold and unusual design. The bold designs of squares, circles, feathers, and waterbugs combine to make a great graphic statement. There is an early sale tag still sewn on to one corner which we have left in place as part of the history of the piece.
In the graphic style of Arts and Crafts, this is a fantastic looking rug that shows well on the wall or draped over a railing or piece of furniture. We would never put it on a floor as it will never relay the drama created by the repeating motif. Imagine it hanging on the wall behind your Molesworth chair or sofa. 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. 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. It should then be received by us within 6 days of sending us the notifying email that you would be returning it. After we receive it in original condition, then we will refund the full purchase price of the rug minus shipping charges. We will not be able to ship this item to international customers.
LAYAWAY is possible. Ask for details.
Keywords: Navaho, Indian, Southwest
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