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Navajo Two Grey Hills Weaving

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About The Navajo Two Grey Hills Weaving

Two Grey Hills is located in northwest New Mexico, between Gallup and Shiprock.

Typically aniline dyes are used by these weavers as well as carding and combining natural wools. For example, black wool carded with white can produce varying shades of grey and brown wool combined with white produces tans and beiges. Their designs reflect an Oriental design influence.

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Gallery Price $700.00

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Two Grey Hills is located in northwest New Mexico, between Gallup and Shiprock.

Typically aniline dyes are used by these weavers as well as carding and combining natural wools. For example, black wool carded with white can produce varying shades of grey and brown wool combined with white produces tans and beiges. Their designs reflect an Oriental design influence.

About the Artist 20th century Navajo weaver
Medium Hand-woven wool
Size 28" height X 18" width
Warp count 11 warps per inch
Weft count 56 wefts per inch
Signed tag attached identifies weaver
Date of creation Circa 1990
Condition Pristine
Design Black border with terraced mountain design on either side first in natural, then grey. Background color is tan. Elongated stepped motif at center utilizes black, brown, tan and natural white colored wools.
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