Two Grey Hills Navajo Weaving Rug
This Navajo Two Grey Hills Weaving Rug is a distinctive regional style that originated in the east side of the Chuska mountains. In the 1930s, Navajo weavers made the decision to use exclusively natural wools to create their pieces, resulting in various shades of grey, tan, and beige. The combination of these colors and the intricate weaving designs have made this regional style a popular choice among collectors. This particular rug measures at 28 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches and was crafted around the year 2000, showcasing the enduring beauty and skill of Navajo weaving.