Natural Mystic: Navajo Neutrals 1880-1960

Blankets woven from the hues of natural sheep’s wool are some of our favorites to incorporate into contemporary homes. Navajo naturals come in many forms, from the most dynamic graphics and striking designs, to minimalist compositions of uniform colors carefully selected from hand-spun yarn.
The understated tones of creamy whites and deep rich browns or the striations of carded grays play well with a variety of settings, and can add softness or interest to any room.
The weavings in this group were made between 1880-1960 and demonstrate the exceptional skill and refined aesthetic sensibilities that have made Diné weavers renowned through the centuries. While certain trends and styles may come and go, the unparalleled artistry is truly timeless.