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Navajo Wearing Blanket (1840-60). Wool. via the Met, NYC

Wearing Blanket Geography:United States, Arizona or New Mexico Culture:Navajo Medium:Wool Dimensions:H. 71 in. x cm) Classification:Textiles-Woven

Wearing Blanket. Wool, Arizona/New Mexico, USA, c. 1860-1870, 69 x 48 in. Navajo woven blanket featuring strongly colored yarn and a vibrant pattern. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Wool, Arizona/New Mexico, USA, c. 69 x 48 in. Navajo woven blanket featuring strongly colored yarn and a vibrant pattern. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

blanket by Navajo people, Native American; churro wool, aniline, and vegetal dye. at the Birmingham Museum of Art

blanket by Navajo people, Native American; churro wool, aniline, and vegetal dye. at the Birmingham Museum of Art

*Navajo Antique Feather Bird Saddle Blanket Churro Rug 70 X 43 Pictorial Wool

Navajo Antique Feather Bird Saddle Blanket Churro Rug 70 X 43 Pictorial Wool

*Navajo Antique Feather Bird Saddle Blanket Churro Rug 70 X 43 Pictorial Wool in Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Native American: US, Rugs & Textiles (Navajo)

Diné: Navajo | chief blanket | wool | 179 cm x 145 cm | New Mexico, U.S.A. | first phase: c. 1840–'50

Diné (Navajo) first phase chief blanket ca. New Mexico Wool, dye 179 x 145 cm Presented by S.

Native American Indian Navajo Weaving Chiefs Blanket Rug Circa 1910

Native American Indian Navajo Weaving Chiefs Blanket Rug Circa 1910

Navajo Weaving, Native American Indians, Blankets

Pueblo/Navao Dresses and Child's Blanket

Navajo Weaving, Navajo Rugs, Tapestries, Geometric Designs, Geometric Patterns, Native American, Rug Ideas, Native Art, Sioux

Navajo Blanket

A transitional blanket, woven circa The thick handspun yarns and synthetic dyes are typical of pieces made during the transition from blanket weaving to rug weaving, when more weavings were sold to outsiders

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