Two Grey Hills Split Diamond Pattern


Item Number: DR 637
Tribal Affiliation: Navajo
Artist: Unknown
Medium: Natural and vegetal dyed wool
Age: Circa 1970s
Dimensions: 30” X 46” weft: 50 warp: 12



This is a very finely woven Two Grey Hills design rug. The pattern is called a split diamond. There are two crosses on either side of the middle of the rug.

Two Grey Hills rugs are well- known for the all-natural wool colors blended to various shades of tan, grey, brown, black and white. The other distinctive feature of these weavings is the weavers carded and spun the wool to a fineness rarely found in the other regional styles. The Two Grey Hills style rugs and tapestries are one of the best known, most sought after and expensive patterns. Due to the extra time and effort to produce the finely woven and intricately designed Two Grey Hills rugs, they are generally smaller in size and more suited to wall use.

Condition: Excellent – original condition beautifully soft and supple
Provenance: Acquired from a private collector in Arizona.

Additional information

Weight 45 oz