Navajo Weaving - ca 1940's Wide Ruins, C007486


Navajo Weaving Wide Ruins Trading Post Style.

Ca 1947 by Unknown Weaver.

Measures 50 by 78 Inches. 

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  • All hand spun wool in natural and vegetal dyed colors, from the collection of Sallie Wagner Lippincott (1913-2006).  Lippincott is recognized as establishing the Wide Ruins Trading Post style that today is known as the banded and vegetal dyed weaving style. This textile was woven in 1947 and is in great condition, the soft spin of the yarn would make it a great blanket choice.  Wool is cream, pale yellow, golden yellow and a dusty rose taupe for a subtle SW colors.  Measures 4 foot 2 inches by 6 foot 6 inches.