1940's Natural Dye Revival Navajo Rug 2'9" x 2'6.5"
Wide Ruins pattern Navajo Rug, dated to the late 1940's when a natural dye revival came into vogue producing at first, the golden color seen in this rug.
Deep greys, natural black, and creams from homespun wools have been expertly combined in wide stripes and serrated chevrons with the golden color wool for a stunning impact.
Rare pink selvedge cord and corner tassels, also from a natural dye source
33" x 30.5"
A very rare and desirable piece perfect for use in the home as a floor covering, table covering, or wall hanging.
George uses this rug in his study. The steel grey and gold colors contrast richly with the rest of his decor...