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Zerena Begay Two Grey Hills Rug

The story behind Two Grey Hills begins in the Chuska Mountains of New Mexico, part of the reclusive Navajo nation where this exquisite art form was born. Over time, an exclusive group of weavers, known throughout the world, have spent a lifetime honing their talents; people like Daisy Taugelchee, Bessie Manygoats, and Cora Curley. Today, these finely-woven artistic pieces maintain their beauty and style thanks to weavers using the same, hand looming process developed so long ago.  Design patterns often associated with the Two Grey Hills weavings include a border, four matching corner elements and a large central full or belted diamond. 

Measures 31" by 20 1/2"

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