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Navajo Ganado Rug by Cecelia Nez Joe-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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Navajo Ganado Rug by Cecelia Nez Joe-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Cecelia Nez Joe

$3,300.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 57" long x 39" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Cecilia Nez Joe Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos have b...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Cecila Joe-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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Navajo Ganado Rug by Cecila Joe-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Cecila Joe

$5,400.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 58" long x 46" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Cecila Joe Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos have been w...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Irenita Keesie-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Irenita Keesie

$1,440.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 40" long x 28" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Irenita Keesie Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos have be...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabella Leonard-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabella Leonard-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabella Leonard

$1,450.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 34" long x 26 1/2" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Isabella Leonard Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos h...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabelle Leonard-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabelle Leonard-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabelle Leonard

$1,350.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 40" long x 31 1/2" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Isabelle Leonard Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos h...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabelle Leonard-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Isabelle Leonard

$1,450.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 34" long x 25" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Isabelle Leonard Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos have ...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Linda Joe-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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Navajo Ganado Rug by Linda Joe-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Linda Joe

$720.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 35 1/2" long x 23" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Linda Joe Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos have bee...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Netti Nez-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Netti Nez

$2,700.00

Tribe: Navajo Size: 51 1/2" long x 35 1/2" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Netti Nez Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos have...


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Navajo Ganado Rug by Pauline T Nez-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Ganado Rug by Pauline T Nez

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Tribe: Navajo Size: 62" long x 42 1/2" wide Design: Ganado Artist: Pauline T. Nez Made In: New Mexico MORE ON NAVAJO RUGS According to Navajo mythology, Spider Woman taught the ancient Navajo people how to weave rugs. All Navajo rugs are made on a traditional vertical loom, unlike most cultures who use horizontal looms. The Navajos hav...


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