Chair Navajo is a crapaud chair. The first fully upholstered chair arose in the mid-nineteenth century. Navajo has been adjusted to MOMIQ design and is upholstered with fabric ‘Kruger’ from Colefax & Fowler at the front. The back has been covered with a Kelim fabric from Anatolia, Turkey. Kelim is the term for a special weaving technique of rugs that are made of wool. Kelims used to be dyed with natural pigments extracted from e.g. the root of the madder plant, walnuts, indigo plants, pomegranates and sumac berries.