It's back! Navajo Weaving & Indian Jewelry Sale in Denver to benefit CU Museum

Mark your calendars for the return of the Toh-Atin Gallery's Navajo Weaving & jewelry sale in Denver. Proceeds from this annual event benefit the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. What to expect:

There will be over one hundred Navajo weavings and a large selection of Native American Jewelry for sale. Throughout the day, Jackson Clark will be giving informal evaluations for people who want to bring their weavings to find out more about them, and at 1 pm, he will give a talk on the influence of the trading posts and the evolution of the different weaving styles. 

For those with weavings that might be experiencing some wear or other issues, restoration expert Ben Leroux will be on hand to give estimates on repairing and cleaning your weavings. He has a wealth of knowledge about weavings and enjoys sharing! 

This event is coordinated by the Toh-Atin Gallery to support the ongoing care and preservation of the Joe Ben Wheat Navajo Textile Collection at the CU Museum of Natural History. Note: all textiles offered for sale are provided courtesy of the Toh-Atin Gallery. 

Saturday, November 4, 2023 at 9:00am to 5:00pm

Denver Post Building, 101 West Colfax, Lobby

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