Ganado rug is the one style that many people associate with Navajo weaving. It is typically a large, well woven rug with a deep red background and black border. The central design motifs are the same that Hubbell admired: crosses, terraced diamonds and crosses within diamonds. Smaller terraced forms are often placed in each corner. The borders may be solid black lines or more complex patterns in a mix of black, gray and white. As in Hubbell’s day, the two most prevalent colors in a Ganado rug, other than black and red, are gray and white.
Shawl – Jacquard Knitted made from 100% Merino Wool. Approximate Full Dimensions 58” Length X 28” Width. Shipping Dimensions in Additional Information. Colors : Burgundy, Black and White