A spectacular Last Classic (circa 1865-75) Navajo Moki Serape wearing blanket | hand spun natural wool | raveled aniline dyed bayeta with deep indigo blues | wonderful wave designs, horizontal stripes of natural hand spun browns and indigo | with looped warps on top and bottom | excellent condition | 48" X 76" | from a New Mexico collection |  $38,000.

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A wonderful circa 1875-80 Zuni Pueblo wearing blanket in the Moki style with horizontal bands of hand spun natural brown wool and indigo dyed wool on a natural white background |  traces of cochineal dyed recarded bayeta accent the field | red salvage edging |  excellent condition and extremely soft and warm in tone |  size: 48" X 78" | from the personal collection of the Chipeta Trading Company | $7,500.

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A rare and historically important matched set of Navajo woman's dress panels from the Late Classic (circa 1865-75) period | cochineal dyed, raveled bayeta with a natural brown hand spun center field | deep indigo dyed blue hand spun wool in  step designs | excellent condition from a Northern New Mexico collection | each panel measures 32" X 50" | $29,000 (note: panels are the identical color and design)

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A magnificent example of a Late Classic (circa 1865-75) Navajo serape wearing blanket | tight weave using cochineal dyed raveled bayeta in various hues | natural cream colored wool | deep indigo blue dyed wool | all hand spun wool with repeating patterns | size: 47" X 77"  | excellent condition from a New Mexico family collection | please contact us for pricing and availability 

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A lovely Navajo Third Phase Chiefs Blanket - Variant; Transitional Period (circa 1875-1890) featuring four corner diamond designs and and a diamond center field | hand carded, hand spun and hand dyed aniline (red) wool | great colors and design elements | size: 50" X 68" | excellent condition, from an East Coast collection | $13,500.00 

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An eye dazzling Navajo weaving; Red Mesa regional style (circa 1915), inspired by Mexican designs and considered a form of Teec Nos Pos, this weaving incorporates light and dark colors of commercial dyed wool yarns in a sophisticated color palette | size: 56" X 60" | from an East Coast collection in excellent condition | $6,500

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The "Flock of Birds" Navajo weaving (circa 1910-15) features 26 red and tan birds with clearly defined tail feathers |  rarely do we see a weaving with birds as the central subject matter | early arrow design patterns | hand spun wool | excellent condition | 50" X 62"  |  see similar weaver example in "Navajo Pictorial Weaving"  by Campbell and Begner pg. 59 | $6,500.  From the collection of Chipeta Trading Company 

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