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Native American Southwest Rugs

Native American rugs are one of the most collected pieces of art today. There is no denying that Native Americans are among the world’s best textile makers. For thousands of years rugs and blankets served a functional purpose being used as clothing, belts, cloaks, saddle blankets, and makeshift doorways. However, because of the artistry of the work involved, Native American rugs became just as valued for their decorative attributes as they were for their utilitarian features. Turquoise de Luchia is proud to promote this true American art form by offering Southwest style area rugs that are made by local artisans using methods that have been handed down for generations.

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Authentic Navajo Rugs for Sale

The Navajo people are perhaps the best-known textile artisans in American history. Their colorful, intricately patterned works are what many today equate with what’s known as Southwest rugs. It’s hard to believe that the expert artisans began weaving just 500-700 years ago; but since the mid to late 1800s Navajo woven blankets have become highly prized. During that time Navajo rugs began to be crafted by mostly female artisans. Today, traditional Navajo rug designs feature bold geometric patterns in a variety of earthy colors, from vibrant reds to subdued browns.

Hand-woven rugs are still an important part of the Navajo people’s economy today. Authentic Navajo rugs offer superior quality and craftsmanship over the flood of imitations that have entered the market. The Navajo rugs for sale at Turquoise de Luchia are exemplary pieces that are crafted using the finest wool and created by hand using traditional weaving techniques.