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Navajo Rug, Pictorial Yei Weaving, circa 1950, Yellow, Black, White, Blue, Red
By Navajo
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage Navajo area rug, circa 1950s, Pictorial Weaving with seven Yei (Yeibichai) figures holding feathers. Hand-woven by a Navajo weaver in colors of yellow, black, white, blue and...
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Vintage 1950s American Native American North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Indian Rio Grande Blanket, Handmade Rug, Folk Art, Blue
Located in New York, NY
Rare find: Navajo Indian Rio Grande blanket, circa 1860, all homespun (handspun wool) with indigo dye and natural brown and white, 4' x 7'2" Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century American Navajo Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Carpet, Folk Rug, Handmade Wool, Blue, Beige, Orangey Red
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the four corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Carpet, Handmade Rug, Brown, Blue, Beige, Taupe Soft Red Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the four corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Rug, Handmade Wool Oriental Rug, Gray, Ivory, Blue and Brown
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Early 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Carpet, Handmade Rug, Brown, Blue, Beige, Taupe Soft Red Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the four corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Rugs

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Wool

Antique Navajo Carpet, Handmade Rug, Brown, Blue, Beige, Taupe Soft Red Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Early 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Vintage Navajo Carpet, Handmade Rug, Brown, Blue, Beige, Taupe Soft Red Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs (4.7 x 5.10) and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought a...
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Early 20th Century American Native American North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Shoe Game, Wool Navajo rug, coral, green, blue & ivory weave
By Victoria Keoni
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Navajo Burntwater Design Textile Navajo Shoe Game imagery Wool Navajo rug, coral, green, blue; ivory weave
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1980s Contemporary Mixed Media

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Wool, Organic Material

Vintage Navajo Blanket, Handmade Rug, Green, Blue, Beige, Taupe Soft Red Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Vintage 1950s American Native American Native American Objects

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Wool

Vintage Navajo Carpet, Handmade Rug, Brown, Blue, Beige, Taupe Soft Red Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the four corners area of the United States. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have been sought after as trade...
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Early 20th Century American Native American Native American Objects

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Wool

Antique Navajo Blanket, Handmade Rug, Indigo Blue, Beige, Soft Shrimp Color
Located in New York, NY
Navajo rugs and blankets are textiles produced by Navajo people of the Four Corners area of the United States. Measures: 4'3" x 6'. Navajo textiles are highly regarded and have ...
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Early 20th Century American Navajo North and South American Rugs

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Wool

Vintage Navajo Rug, Tan, Brown, Red and Blue Pattern, circa 1930s
By Navajo
Located in Denver, CO
Navajo Trading Post Rug made with wool and aniline dyes from the 1930s. Dimensions measure 85 x 48 ½ inches.
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Vintage 1930s American Native American North and South American Rugs

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Wool

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Navajo Blue Rug For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the navajo blue rug you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Frequently made of fabric and wool, every navajo blue rug was constructed with great care. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect navajo blue rug — we have versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. A navajo blue rug is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in styles are sought with frequency. A well-made navajo blue rug has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Navajo are consistently popular.

How Much is a Navajo Blue Rug?

The average selling price for a navajo blue rug at 1stDibs is $7,999, while they’re typically $2,500 on the low end and $15,999 for the highest priced.

Finding the Right Folk Art for You

Folk art refers to a genre of art that shares the creator’s traditions, offering not just an artistic display but an opportunity to learn about a culture. Vintage, new and antique folk art typically reflects a heritage or location. It can include utilitarian objects and handmade art as diverse as weather vanes, portraiture and paintings, carnival art, quilts and duck decoys.

American folk art is frequently valued because of the traditional skills involved, like weaving, hand-carving wood and even stonework. Many folk artists are self-taught, while some train as apprentices within their community. By using available materials and taking a personal approach to their creations, artists ensure each piece is unique and conveys a story. Native American folk art includes functional objects reflecting their heritage, such as baskets, textiles and wooden pieces.

During the Great Depression, artistic materials in America were hard to come by, so artisans used discarded wood from cigar boxes and shipping crates to make highly stylized, notched pieces — most often picture frames and boxes — that are today sought after by collectors. This folk art style is called tramp art and was popular from roughly 1870 until the 1940s.

Folk art brings vibrant culture and traditions into your home. Browse an extensive collection of folk art on 1stDibs.