A Navajo weaving in Two Grey Hills style by Loretta Tsosie. Two Grey Hills were often referred to as the Cadillac of Navajo weaving. Weavers from this Trading Post area were encouraged by the trader to weave the finest of Navajo rugs in a natural neutral color palette. The wool was finely spun and the natural colors were only enhanced with an over dyed black, by some of the weavers. This fine example measures close to 3 by 5 foot area size. Woven in the late 1990s.