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Two Grey Hills Navajo Rugs

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Two Grey Hills Navajo Rugs - SOLD Daisy Taugelchee Two Grey Hills
SOLD Daisy Taugelchee Two Grey Hills
Storm Pattern
circa late 1940s / early 1950s
78 " x 48 "



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It is in excellent condition. The warp count is 14 per inch and the weft count is 50 per inch, which is certainly a very tight weave. It won the first prize at the 1957 International Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, New Mexico. It has also been exhibited at the Denver Art Museum in 1997 to 1998. This is the last large Daisy that is a prize winner that is still in private hands. All the rest are in museum collections.

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