Third Phase Revival Circa 1925-1930

Navajo weaver

Third Phase Revival Circa 1925-1930, Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • 3rd phase revival
Savvy Price $2,800.00
Gallery Price $3,800.00
Third Phase Revival Circa 1925-1930
Navajo weaver
Wool, aniline dyed
45" height X 67" width
Warp count
8 warps per inch
Weft count
32 wefts per inch
Date of creation
Circa 1925-1930
Ku Lie
About The Third Phase Revival Circa 1925-1930

Professionally cleaned by a Navajo weaving specialist

About Navajo weaver

The word "Navajo" translates to "great planted fields". Their source of wool was the Spanish who in the late 1500's brought with them herds of churro-type sheep and goats. Weaving skills came to them nearly a decade later when Pueblo Indians introduced weaving to the Navajo.

Later the Navajos traded textiles with the Plains Indians, those from the Pueblos and the Spanish. As wagons full of Anglos journeyed west, a new source of supply in yarns, dyes and bolts of cloth encouraged the introduction of their weavings into Anglo cultures. The cottage industry of Navajo weaving had been launched.

Weaving styles such as Crystal, Ganado, Two Grey Hills, Wide Ruins, Teec Nos Pos, Red Mesa, Pine Springs were impacted by preferences of the trading post owners. Some traders provided rug design cards guiding weavers to produce more popular designs.

Other Works By Navajo weaver:
  • 1940's Yeibichai weaving with Talking God Deity, Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • Christmas Tree Weaving (Ganado), Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • Very Large Circa 1930 Weaving, Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • Yei Weaving with Grey Faces, Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • Yei Weaving with Yellow Ochre Background, Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • Two Grey Hills Variant Weaving, Textiles by   Navajo weaver
  • Traditional Two Grey Hills Weaving, Textiles by   Navajo weaver

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