Navajo

LOT 278 RARE Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" (T5004)

Product
T5004

Additional Information

  • Circa: 1920-30s
  • Size: 60'' x 60''

This item is reserved for an online auction on Sunday, July 26, 2020 at 9:00 am MST via LiveAuctioneers.com and will last approximately 2 hours. This auction is listed under Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction. To participate, please create your account on LiveAuctioneers.com and click on our auction preview to sign up for approval in advance. This will be a computer timed online auction, so be sure to create your account as soon as possible. Winning bids, please allow 1-3 weeks handling time. Starting price for this item is $4,000. Low Estimate $5,500. High estimate $8,500. If you have any questions about this lot, please feel free to call us or email. This weaving is in very good condition. There are no holes or signs of moth grazing. There are no stains, spotting, fading or color run. The selvage is good. The corners and tassels are intact. There is some weft wear along the edges and near the center where the warps peek through. The wool is soft. The warp count is 8, and the weft count is 28, per inch. Acquired from a private collection in Oklahoma.

Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" LOT 278 RARE Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" (T5004) LOT 278 RARE Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" (T5004) LOT 278 RARE Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" (T5004) LOT 278 RARE Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" (T5004) LOT 278 RARE Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60" (T5004)
Navajo Mountain Way Pictorial Rug c. 1920-30s, 60" x 60"
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