BOLIVIA. Lliclla Cerimonial Textile. Rare Andean Tribal Weave

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A VERY POWERFUL AWAYO TEXTILE. Quechua Peoples. Province of Eduardo, REMOTE Western Slopes of The Cordillera de Azanaques Mountain Range. Very Early 20th Century. NATURAL COLOR CAMELID FIELDS with TRADITIONAL PRE-HISPANIC INFLUENCES in DESIGN PATTERNS. Pictorial Motifs, Mountains, Rivers and Viscachas which Graze on the Rocky Outcrops of the Bolivian Altiplano. There are Bands of Hooked Triangles which Represent The Oldest Known Woven Designs Dating to Pre-Columbian Times. Colors are Red, Orange, Stripes of Magenta with Ecru. This is a Gorgous Textile! in Excellent Preservation. * Much Deeper Blacks with Rich Natural Color Hues than Ability to Properly Light and Detail Shown Photo Plates. * Argentine Estate Collection. A VERY RARE SUPERB TEXTILE. Advanced Collections * $ 350-500. Authentic Indigenous Tribal Examples Increasingly Rarer. Find Another !

Item Details

Reference #:
200_42
Quantity
1
Category
Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
Department
Antiques
Year
Early 20th Century
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
42.00 x 41.00 x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Excellent
Material
Handspun Llama, Alpaca & Merino Wools. Nat & Powder Dyes