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Dates: 1953
Size: 217 x 125 cm; 10 warps(comma) 26 wefts
Description: The Nazlini style of Navajo rug is a variation of the regional Chinle style developed in the 1930's. Similar to the Pine Springs and Wide Ruin regional styles developed during the same period(comma) the Chinle style consists of banded designs without borders created using earth tone colors. Common designs in Chinle bands include chevrons(comma) stars(comma) squash blossoms(comma) and diamonds. The Nazlini variation incorporates stylized plant motifs in place of repeating geometrics for some bands. This rug was woven by Mary Van Winkle of natural and aniline dyed wools to create shades of black(comma) white(comma) grey(comma) brown(comma) red(comma) yellow(comma) and green.

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