New Mexico, 20th century. Two Gray Hills natural wool rug with striking strong geometric serrated elements in brown, black, gray, red and teal on neutral field. Approximate size 45" x 29". Note: Two Grey Hills is located on the east side of the Chuska Mountains in the New Mexico portion of the Navajo reservation. The weavers in the Two Grey Hills area prefer to use natural un-dyed homespun native wool instead of commercial yarns.
Estimated between 1950-1970, however, we are unsure. Some areas of stains. Frayed edge to one end (see image 4).