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Navajo Weaving, Mosaic Spider Woman Cross,  C004362

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Navajo Weaving, Mosaic Spider Woman Cross, C004362

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$7,500.00
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Unique Spider Woman Cross with Mosaic background Navajo weaving. It measures 45 inches by 67 inches.

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Spider Woman Cross in a Mosaic Navajo weaving. For the traditional Navajo family, the Holy People who created the Navajo were very powerful deities. They traveled on the “sun's rays” and descended into the world on “lightning bolts.” It was Changing Woman who taught the Navajo how to live in “harmony,” but it was Spider Woman who gave them secrets to find their way in this world. To the traditional Navajo weaver, Spider Woman provided the framework to live and weave beautiful things - the essence of being Navajo. Measures 45 inches by 67 inches.

 

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 Since 1957, when Jackson Clark Sr. started trading for Navajo rugs,Toh-Atin Gallery has been a one of the most respected sources for quality antique and contemporary Navajo rugs and weavings, Navajo and Pueblo jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Hopi Kachinas, Native American Baskets and Indian and Southwestern arts, including sculpture and paintings. Today the business has expanded to handle collections and estates of quality Native arts.

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