The Eye Dazzler - Navajo Tapestry Horse Ornament
Before the turn of the 19th century, the Navajo switched from making traditional Native American blankets to weaving brilliantly colored tapestries with hand-spun wool that featured fantastic geometric shapes and bold color palettes never before seen. This groundbreaking shift gave birth to what is now known as the Eye Dazzler rug. These weavings offered those artisans the chance to express their individual artistry, freedom and ceremonial musings.
Trail Of Painted Ponies
Introduced: January 2019
Artist: Sarah C. Geis
Polyresin, Calcium Carbonate
2.75" long, 2.6" high
Photos are for illustration purposes only.
As with any hand-finished product, item received will be similar but unique.