NAVAJO CRYSTAL STORM PATTERN RUG, J. Hand spun, carded and woven wool, early 1900s Crystal Trading Post rug, Storm Pattern. The pattern itself got its start with the J.
Moore post, but I think the identifying name storm pattern began around 1961. Has familiar and common elements but notice the possible crosses, and the rug has the often used waterbug element which some consider actually an otter. Natural white wool, Ganado red, variegated natural brown wool, overdyed black. Included are two pictures from the original/reproduced book or catalog of J. Moore, showing plates XXIX (29) and XXVIII (28).Normal wear for its age. Nothing particular to speak of.
Very rare to have this fine condition. Reasonable starting price, and with offer option.Your questions are answered as soon as possible. I always provide multiple, clear and detailed photos.
You are the expert, and the picture is the essential description. Written additions are my opinion which may be different than yours. I try to describe the object to the best of my knowledge and observation. Please WAIT FOR THE INVOICE prior to paying.
I have a long history with art and especially ethnographic art. Keep in mind your country? The item "NAVAJO CRYSTAL STORM RUG, J. GREAT CONDITION" is in sale since Thursday, June 17, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Rugs & Textiles (Navajo)".The seller is "ethno_lover" and is located in Tucson, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.