DescriptionCreated by Navajo award-winning artist Angelina Yazzie, this Eye Dazzler weaving features a bold palette of grey, maroon, black and white carefully woven together to form a beautiful pattern.
Through Angelina's skill one can see why the Eye Dazzler style of Navajo weaving is one of the most popular. Developed in the late 19th century, the eye dazzler has been passed on for generations and weavers like Angelina use their skill to stack diamond shapes in complex patterns to create a terrace zigzag pattern noted for their complexity in color and design.
Weaving measures 15" wide by 11-5/8" long, and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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