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It was Spider Woman who preserved the Dine (Navajo) people from the evils that surrounded them when they emerged into the Third-World. For this reason she became one of their most cherished Gods. It was also Spider Women who taught the Dine to weave. Spider Women told the Dine ancestors of the first weaving loom constructed by her husband. He made the cross poles of sky and earth cords; the warp sticks of sun rays, lengthwise to cross the woof; the healds of rock crystal and sheet lightning, to maintain the condition of the fibers. For the batten he choose a sun halo to seal the joints, and a comb of white shell to clean the strands.

$45.00 FOR 1 HANGER- $80.00 FOR 2 HANGERS plus $10.00 S&H
This is a genuine, Native American, handwoven piece of Art. It is the work of JOE WAH, Navajo Indian weaver, from Bitter Springs,Arizona. Bitter Springs is located in the very heart of the Navajo Nation. This is not a macrame piece, but rather wove out of natural sheep wool, using Navajo rug weaving techniques.The main part of this hanger resembles the hand woven wedding belts, worn by the Navajo people at their ceremonials. Joe used natural earth tones that compliment and enhance any decor, and will truly be a conversation piece in your home. This hanger is made to hold 2 potted plants. The lenght on this piece is 56 inches. This hanger will accomodate almost any size potted plants. Your plant will rest in a cradle of 4 braided cords. Plant in photos is not included. I can email more photos of this piece, via email request

This item is 100% authentic 100% handmade by a Native American person. This item was made in the USA. We offer a 30 day money back guarantee. If you have any questions about this item email me at FEBANKS@4cornersindianart.com.

Price = $45 FOR 1 HANGER - $80.00 FOR $2 HANGERS plus $10.00 S&H





Click here for 1 Plant Hanger

$45.00 plus $10.00 S&H = $55.00

Click here for 2 Plant Hangers

$80.00 plus $10.00 S&H = $90.00