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What is Your Budget? Under $500

What’s Your Budget? 1. Under $500 2. Between $500 and $2,000 3. Sky’s the limit!     Under $500: The skill level of the weaver and the time required to finish the piece affects the price of a Navajo rug. Weavings from high-level artisans have finer spinning, tighter weaves and a greater complexity in the […]
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Navajo weaving and rug quiz, question 1 by Log Home Design What’s Your Budget?
1. Under $500
2. Between $500 and $2,000
3. Sky’s the limit!
   
Under $500: The skill level of the weaver and the time required to finish the piece affects the price of a Navajo rug. Weavings from high-level artisans have finer spinning, tighter weaves and a greater complexity in the design. You’ll also pay more for higher quality wool material.

In this price range, you can find a smaller weaving (about 2-feet-by-3-feet) in a simple pattern. If you desire a larger weaving in a complex design, look to a manufactured Navajo-inspired style from a company like Pendleton Woolen Mills. These lower-priced alternatives will not necessarily increase in value over time like authentic Navajo weavings, but they’re good quality and will give you the style you’re looking for.

Pendleton Mills Navajo Weaving - Sante Fe Blanket
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