Navajo Weaving - Burnham by Laverne Barber, C007882

Burnham Style Navajo Weaving.

Woven by LaVerne Barber, ca. 1990s. 

Measures 34 by 50 Inches.

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  • Hand spun wool in natural and aniline dyed yarns.  LaVerne Barber is the daughter of Anna Mae Barber who was the eldest of the original five Burnham area pictorial weavers.  LaVerne has been actively weaving since 1977. In this weaving she uses Churro and a combination of vegetal and aniline dyes in a very finely spun yarn. 

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