Germantown Style Navajo Rugs

Navajo Germantown Rugs

Modern Germantown rugs are copies of a style featuring a 3 of 4 ply commercial yarn produced around the turn of the century from Germantown, PA. The yarns used today can be hand spun or commercially produced or a combination of both. The hand spun and commercial yarns are normally a single ply. The pattern can be both horizontally banded or be vertical. Germantown rugs usually have a red background. Many times the pattern looks like a chief rug with a lot more pattern. The Mokie have a blue background or a series of thin bands, alternating between blue and black.

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Germantown revival Navajo rug ND

Germantown revival Navajo rug by Navajo weaver by Nellie Dean: 49" x 71"

Moki/train Navajo Rug EJ

Moki/train Navajo rug by Navajo weaver Eunice Joe; 26" x 33"

Chief Navajo Rug ND

Chief Navajo rug by Navajo weaver Nellie Dean; 38" x 61"