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18 Sep 2018

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Sale 289 Lot 292
Sold for US$2,100

Native American cross-shaped weaving Navajo, circa 1910, possibly from Gallup, New Mexico Trading Post of C.N. Cotton, woven of natural handspun wool in brown, hard black and white on variegated gray field; 58" x 65"

Provenance: Millicent Rogers
Estate of Arturo Peralta Ramos II
Estimate $ 2,500-3,500

Condition statement: soiling, fugitive fading, minor wool loss. (6 warp count to inch)


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