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MC178 - Fantastic Navajo Framed Plants Display for Dyeing Wool Used on Handmade Navajo Rugs

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MC178

Original Navajo Plants Display for Wool Used to Handmake Rugs and Blankets; This Framed Display of Plants Used for Dyes to Color the Wool of Handmade Navajo Rugs and Blankets Showcases the Many Different Plants Required to Create such Authentic Native American Treasures; Frame Measures 22 inch x 18 inch; There are 18 Different Plants Categorized with Labels and a Demo of the Rug/Blanket Pattern Used to Create Beautiful Native American Possessions; Plants on Display Include Snake Weed, Juniper Mistletoe, Rabbit Brush, Indian Paint Brush, and Four OClock, just to name a few; This is a Fantastic and Museum Worthy Historical Piece of Navajo Tradition; From the Collection of Dr. H.H. Miller of Abilene, Texas; See All Photos for Condition; No Texts; Call (254)541-5765 or Email Only; PERSONAL PROPERTY of Harold Wieser; Price: $1,975 + $45 S&H Via USPS PRIORITY MAIL; Payment Address: Harold Wieser - 1466 U.S. Hwy 77 - Rosebud, TX 76570; SEND PAYMENTS VIA USPS PRIORITY MAIL; BEWARE of SCAMS!!! DO NOT SEND MONEY or CORRESPONDENTS ELECTRONICALLY UNLESS YOU HAVE SPOKEN to HAROLD WIESER FIRST! 254-541-5765


















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