Navajo Weavings at True West Gallery
A time honored tradition passed down through the women in the family, the ancient art of Navajo weaving is still alive today. Originally meant for internal trade and collecting among Native Americans, woven blankets and rugs became sought after and collected by the general population in the mid to late 1800's through Trading Posts and Harvey Houses. True West Gallery, in the Santa Fe Plaza, features the very best in contemporary Navajo weavings from master weaver Bessie Littleben and family, and The Spider Rock girls, including Cara Gorman and Emily Malone. As Lorenzo Hubbell, founder of the famous Hubbell Trading Post once stated, "A good Navajo weaving is better than having money in the bank."
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NOTE on Patterns and Color Variations
Many of our items, including but not limited to, Weavings, Jewelry, Pillows, and Fetishes are made one at a time by hand. Because colors of natural dyes, striations of stone, and other natural variances unique to natural materials and the being hand-crafted, items can vary slightly from pictures on our website. If you have a concern or question about the actual product on hand or if you have a special request, we encourage you to contact us directly.
NOTE on Shipping and Handling for Fine Art and Sculpture
Because shipping prices are contingent on size, weight, and distance in our larger pieces, we don't calculate shipping until after the purchase has been made for all Wall Art and Sculpture. After your purchase, we will call you with an exact cost of shipping and handling based on these factors.
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