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RED MESA SUNDAY SADDLE BLANKET 28x30 NAVAJO rug American Indian Wool Ranchfolks For Sale


RED MESA SUNDAY SADDLE BLANKET 28x30 NAVAJO rug American Indian Wool Ranchfolks


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RED MESA SUNDAY SADDLE BLANKET 28x30 NAVAJO rug American Indian Wool Ranchfolks:
$350

Offered here is a circa ­­1950s fancy, colorful old Navaho single Sunday Saddle blanket that measures 2 feet 4 inches long including fringe, by 2 foot 6 1/2 inches wide or 28” x 30 ½”. It is attributed to the Red Mesa, Arizona weaving area and is in very good condition. It was hand-woven by a master weaver on an upright loom of all 4-ply Germantown wool yarns on a replied double 4-ply Germantown wool warp. Here is a classic Red Mesa design with a double diamond layout with stepped and straight line concentric elements. The border is a classy Greek Key motif all around. It is a great piece of wall art. Free postage & insurance to you are included with this sale.

We obtained this vintage Native American textile on a rug hunt out of an old New Mexico pawn shop just to offer you here on . It has a very fine, tight weft count averaging 42 per inch and a fine warp count of 10 per inch. The selvage cords are all in original, excellent condition. Warp selvages are 2-spiral cords and weft selvages are natural weft loop finished around the outside warps. The corners are all four tight, original and in excellent condition. The tassels are all four original and excellent. All fringe is in excellent condition. It has not been cleaned, is clean now & comes from a non-smoking home. Two and a half inches from one corner on the fringe end of the weaving, there is an area 3” x 1 ½” where there is a pucker in the blanket where a number of warps were broken and let the weaving get loose there. Warps have been put back in prior to our acquisition, so the area shouldn’t unravel. It is very presentable as is.

Both sides are shown in photos above. Colors are brilliant in this piece of old American Indian art and they are: natural blended steel gray & ivory white along with aniline emerald green, cardinal red, rust red, black, salmon orange, deep royal blue, dark copper brown, olive green and bright blue. Additional colors in the fringe are yellow and purple. This example of classy Native Americana is ready to head your way. (­­­­­­­2707TBWEE)

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A Delivery Confirmation Number and Tracking Number will be sent via email to winning buyer upon shipping. Unless it states free shipping, whatever estimated shipping (Including estimated insurance including a Signature required over $500.00) is quoted is what will be charged unless buying more than one item within 2 hours that can be packed together to be able to combine shipping. (If you want combined shipping, wait to pay for both until re-invoiced with the new shipping total.) Once an item is paid for, we are obligated by to ship it within 24 hrs or we incur a penalty. All items being shipped within state of New Mexico will be charged NM (6.063%) state sales tax at the time of checkout. If you can provide us with a copy of your NM sales tax ID, the sales tax will be removed. If you pay with Paypal: We can only ship to the address properly listed on your invoice or on your Paypal payment. If you have a special address that your item needs to be shipped to, it must be reflected properly on the invoice before paying, or we cannot ship it there. We are not protected by Paypal’s Seller Protection Policy if we ship to an address that is not listed in or Paypal’s system.Contact must be made within 3 days after receipt of item if you desire to return the item and plan to put the item in the return mail.

Note: Our camera doesn’t always catch the reds right. It usually wants to make the red have an orangy tint. Most always the red is a deeper true red. Please default to what the description says for the actual color of red the weaving has.

We are always Buying but also Accepting Consignments of genuine, quality Native American weavings to sell here on . If you have one piece or a large collection of weavings that you would like to sell, please give us a call or email to discuss.We will write a professional description and take quality photos to market your item here on . We’ll pay the /Paypal fees and have a sliding scale for the commission.

We appreciate you taking a look at our items. We started on in 1999 and we invite you to review our response. Feel free to email or call us in New Mexico (575) 278-2400, with any questions or for a more in-depth condition report before offerding. We do not end sales early to sell to email offers, but we will consider Best Offers by phone or email after an item has ended without meeting the reserve. If a price can be worked out, then we can set up a buy it now for you. When emailing, please include your email address in the text of your message. Sorry, but we do not do appraisals or opinions on weavings or otherwise.


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