Category Navajo Rugs History

ZT1019 Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 63″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns. A wavy line pattern is sometimes evident, a modernized version of the old Navajo Indian blankets serrated diamond pattern...

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ZT1020 Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 61″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns. A wavy line pattern is sometimes evident, a modernized version of the old Navajo Indian blankets serrated diamond pattern...

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ZT1021 Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 72″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Crystal or Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Crystal initially emerged as a regional style and center during the Rug Period 1890-1920. The typical contemporary Crystal is banded not bordered, featuring vegetal-dyed yarns in warm golds, browns, greens, and a touch of black. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns...

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ZT1022 Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 61″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Crystal or Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Crystal initially emerged as a regional style and center during the Rug Period 1890-1920. The typical contemporary Crystal is banded not bordered, featuring vegetal-dyed yarns in warm golds, browns, greens, and a touch of black. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns...

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ZT1023 Mexican Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 62″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Crystal or Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Crystal initially emerged as a regional style and center during the Rug Period 1890-1920. The typical contemporary Crystal is banded not bordered, featuring vegetal-dyed yarns in warm golds, browns, greens, and a touch of black. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns...

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ZT1024 Mexican Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 63″, $149

Navajo RugsThis dark plum Zapotec rug resembles the classic Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns. A wavy line pattern is sometimes evident, as are rows of arrows, and squash blossoms, a modernized version of the old Navajo Indian blankets serrated diamond pattern...

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ZT1025 Mexican Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 63″, $149

Navajo RugsThis dark plum Zapotec rug resembles the classic Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns. A wavy line pattern is sometimes evident, as are rows of arrows, and squash blossoms, a modernized version of the old Navajo Indian blankets serrated diamond pattern...

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ZT1026 Mexican Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 62″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Crystal or Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Crystal initially emerged as a regional style and center during the Rug Period 1890-1920. The typical contemporary Crystal is banded not bordered, featuring vegetal-dyed yarns in warm golds, browns, greens, and a touch of black. Wide Ruins became visible as a regional style during the Revival Period 1920-1940. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes...

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ZT1027 Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 60″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Crystal or Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Crystal initially emerged as a regional style and center during the Rug Period 1890-1920. The typical contemporary Crystal is banded not bordered, featuring vegetal-dyed yarns in warm golds, browns, greens, and a touch of black. Wide Ruins became visible as a regional style during the Revival Period 1920-1940. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes...

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ZT1028 Mexican Zapotec Navajo Rug Replica

Navajo Rugs

Zapotec Mexican rug – Navajo rug replica, 30″ x 63″, $149

Navajo RugsThis Zapotec rug resembles the classic Crystal or Wide Ruins Navajo rug. Crystal initially emerged as a regional style and center during the Rug Period 1890-1920. The typical contemporary Crystal is banded not bordered, featuring vegetal-dyed yarns in warm golds, browns, greens, and a touch of black. Weavers in the Wide Ruins area make use of banded, unbordered designs reminiscent of Navajo Indian blankets; and colors were derived from all-vegetal dyes. The designs emphasize a range of soft pastel hues, but rather than the customary pale golds, greens and tans; the Wide Ruins weaver uses exquisite pinks, yellows, beiges, lilacs, blues, deep corals, rich grays, olive greens, and multiple shades of tans and browns...

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