Spencer Museum of Art The University of Kansas

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transitional Two Grey Hills rug
  • Diné (Navajo) peoples
  • transitional Two Grey Hills rug, circa 1890
  • Where object was made: Two Grey Hills, New Mexico Territory (present-day New Mexico), United States
  • wool yarn, weaving, dyeing
  • Object Length/Width: 263 x 143 cm
    Object Length/Width: 103 9/16 x 56 5/16 in
  • Gift of Forrest E. Jones
  • Not on display
  • 2007.6919
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Description

The rectangular rug has a center field that is light brown with four light tan squares with light brown "x's." The wide light tan border has a dark brown key-like design. There is a thin light brown band near the edge and a dark brown border.