This geometric rug handcrafted by Navajo weaver Nathan Harry is a masterful work of art inspired by classic 19th century Navajo blankets often known as, "Chief's Blankets." Featuring the vivid earth-tones found on the Navajo Nation, this tightly woven work features rectangular elements interwoven with linear lines. The pattern of the weaving and the beauty of the design showcases Nathan's skill and the superior craftsmanship that has made Navajo weaving a lasting and valuable art form. With its bold colors this gorgeous revival weaving is a superb addition to any collection of fine art.
Weaving measures 19-3/4" long by 18-5/8" wide. Comes with certificate of authenticity.
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