Trading Post Rug, Navajo, circa 1900-1925 19th century Native American Indian antique vintage art for sale purchase auction consign denver colorado art gallery museum
circa 1900-1925
wool with aniline dyes
105 x 67 inches
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woven by a Navajo weaver in a design typical of the Teec Nos Pos Trading Post/Region, native hand-spun wool in natural fleece colors of brown, black, camel and ivory with aniline dyed red. Pictorial elements include Tepee/tipi motifs, crosses, water bugs, arrows and feathers. Woven during the first quarter of the 20th century (1900-1925) it is well suited for use as a wall hanging or as an area rug.
Teec Nos Pos is a trading post established in 1905 within the Navajo Reservation (covering portions of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah) . The words "Teec Nos Pos" translate to "circle of cottonwood trees"

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