Origin: Diné of the Navajo Nation
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Diné - Navajo Nation Pottery and Fine Art
The Diné are best known for their fine textiles—blankets and rugs—and their exquisite sterling silver and turquoise jewelry. Adobe Gallery regularly features a select group of estate Diné jewelry and a few select Diné rugs, as well as a few vintage baskets. The gallery is pleased to offer a large selection of works on paper by early Diné painters. On occasion, we offer examples of Diné pottery.
Note: when we say Diné, as opposed to Navaho or Navajo, we are referring to the people and not the government. Since 1969, their government refers to itself as the Navajo Nation.
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