BOLIVIA. AYMARA Native Ceremonial Ch'uta

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AUTHENTIC CH'UTA FESTIVE CEREMONIAL TEXTILE of Nothern Bolivia, Aymara Peoples Circa 1950's * The Ch'uta Dance Originated in 18th Century La Paz. The Dance was 1st Performed by the Indians of the Regional Altiplano Area who arrived in La Paz. This Style Mimicks the Spanish Customs of the Period. ELBORATELY HAND BEADED, layers of colorful Material, Intricate highly detailed Sewing. Heavy Wools. Lower Cloth is known as A Ch'ola Polle. FINELY BEADED HAND SEWN CEREMONIAL TEXTILES of THIS QUALITY are Rarely Exhibited Today and Scarcely Found in THIS CONDITION from EARLIER PERIODS. Authentic Orignal Semi-Antique Native Dance Custome. These Sets have brought VERY STRONG AUCTION PRICES as INTACT COMPLETE EXAMPLES * Argentine Estate Collection. Size is Approximate, somewhat Larger than Defined with Quite Heavy Material. Virtually PRISTINE REGIONAL ANDEAN INDIAN CEREMONIAL DRESS Estimate $ 1200-1800. Secure Fed X Signature Track Service. VINTAGE HISTORICAL NATIVE ANDEAN ARTS & SEWING. CATAGORY: INDIAN CEREMONIAL CRAFTS and TEXTILES. MUSEUM QUALITY EXHIBIT. NO DEALERS PLEASE, Intended as an opportunity for Aquistion not Resale for Profit. FAIR AUCTION. Contact Inquires Welcomed.

Item Details

Reference #:
201_39B
Quantity
1
Category
Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
Department
Antiques
Year
Early 20th Century, Ceremonial Festival
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
24.00 x 50.00 x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
ECELLENT PRISTINE
Material
Glass Beads, Cotton, Wools & Velvet.