The Navajo people of the Four Corners area of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah are the second largest Native American tribe in the United States. Many of the 300,000 people of Navajo heritage are highly recognized artisans. Particularly during the Native Arts Boom of the 1980s and 1990s, Navajo weavings and antiques have been featured in private collections and museums throughout the world. Over the years we have also periodically featured Navajo silverwork, jewelry, basketry, sandpaintings and pottery. Well-known Navajo rug designs include the Two Grey Hills (Mandala-looking) style, the Yeii (Corn Dance/People) design, the Tree of Life design and a variety of Storm-based geometric designs. We look forward to providing more information here soon about the ample history of these textiles and the people who make them!