VINTAGE CHIMAYO INDIAN TYPE SERAPE BLANKET RUG SWASTIKA

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 12, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House
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VITAL STATISTICS

VINTAGE CHIMAYO INDIAN TYPE SERAPE BLANKET RUG SWASTIKA 1930's or Earlier;
C.;1930's or Earlier, Approx.; 7' x 4', 2" fringe.

Near MINT/FINE Condition, 15-20 very small moth holes, most on the ends, $16 Shipping Continental. Wecombine.

Meet my reasonable price and take home this wonderful RARE Nohoki Chimayo! On sale from our in store price!
Nohokis are an Indigenous symbol resembling the Nazi swastika; nohoki are also called rolling logs and symbolize good luck and health!

Southwest weavers quit using the nohoki as it became identified with the swastika, and it now identifies a piece as pre WW2!

Funny thing is the nohoki is more popular than ever!
Chimayos are hard to find, more rare than Navajo, add nohoki and this is one rare piece!
Retail value of a RARE Nohoki Chimayo in an antique store can run over $1000.00!
Gorgeous Classic Vintage Chimayo! They don't make them like this anymore!

These loom woven Hispanic blankets are hard to find! Rarer than Navajo and Mexican weaves!

Great Condition for a textile that is PreWW2! Age appropriate wear is minimal! Nice and clean!

Fantastic detailing
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