Anna Gray, Navajo Coiled Plaque, Butterflies, Handmade, 16 in Dia.

Navajo artists weave their culture into their amazing art. Storytelling is how the Navajo pass their believes and traditions from generation to generation. Stories find their way into silver jewelry, pottery, rugs and baskets. Basket weaving predates rugs and jewelry making for the Navajo. You will find basket weavers like Peggy and Sally Black revolutionizing the Navajo basket style with their bold designs. Many of them tell traditional stories, while others simply are an expression of the beauty that is found on Navajo land. Look for the other talented Navajo basket weavers we have on the online Trading Post like Bernita Benally.
ArtistGray, Anna
Basket Construction MethodCoiled
AgeCirca 2010's
Item Weight1
Gap in Cuff Style Braceletn/a
Widest Point on Bracelet Bandn/a

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