The lot features a vertical loom hand knotted wool rug in a very rare large Navajo Native American Indian Teec Nos Pos Pattern style. The wonderful large size collectible floor covering shows the Teec Nos Pos Pattern style design. Teec Nos Pos is located in the northeast corner of Arizona and rose to prominence in 1905, spinning off of J.B. Moore’s Crystal weaving style. The Teec Nos Pos pattern is widely considered to be the most intricate and detailed of all Navajo rug designs offering a truly exceptional distinct look. The rug was hand woven by skilled weavers and shows bright natural style dyes in a traditional geometric Teec Nos Pos Crystal Pattern. The rug is made in the style, manner and quality craftsmanship of Navajo Weavings, but not made by a Navajo Indian. The rug is hand knotted and shows fine condition. The piece shows a large size of 4 foot by 6 foot with an additional 5” long end tassel on each corner, typical of correct Navajo rugs. The amazing detail can clearly be seen and a Navajo Original of this fine of rug would be valued at over $10,000 and would be displayed on a wall as art, where-as this piece could truly be used in your home.