Multiple Navajo Weavings Featured in March Auction
There are several great weavings in Cowan's upcoming American Indian and Western Art Auction, March 26, 2010.
One is a Roomsize Navajo Weaving from the second quarter of the 20th century. It is brown, red, gray, cream, and black and measures 143 in. x 105.5 in.
Another piece of Southwest art is a Navajo Third Phase Chief's Blanket. It is hand-spun wool woven in thick bands of blue, red, cream, and black.
Also featured in the auction is a Navajo Germantown Weaving. It is three-ply wool, woven using red, black, cream, blue, and dark and light green. A stepped design creates a diamond pattern with crenellated border. There is added multicolor fringe at the ends.
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