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The Durango Collection®
Navajo Regional: 1900-1935

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During the Navajo Transitional period, each area of the reservation gradually developed a style of its own. These regional styles became the distinct expressions of families from these areas, as designs were once more passed down through family lines. For example, the Two Grey Hills area is known for it's perfect tapestries, finely hand spun and hand-woven in natural wool colors of white, brown and gray.