BOLIVIA. Cerimonial Textile Mid 20th Century
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' SOLD ' THIS BEAUTIFUL MASTERPIECE ! CHARAZANI REGION Circa Mid 20th Century Bolivia. Cerimonial, Ritually Woven. An extremely unusually Large Chuspa of Nearly 10 Inches in Length. ABSOLUTELY STRIKING TEXTILE ARTISTRY, ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES FROM THE REGION. This Textile of Handspun Dyed Fibers probably took over 100 Hours to Complete, incorporating exceptional detailing. Diffinately intended to display both The Weavers Skills and Impress. Displays nearly every Ancient Mythical and Andean Creature. Finely braided strap * ARGENTINE ESTATE COLLECTION. Difficult to locate such large examples Today's Market. On Minimum Reserve. Advanced Collections. Select Regional Rarety. R 250-400 SEE OUR EARLY 18th CENTURY TEXTILES - MUSEUM QUALITY WHICH CAN NO LONGER BE OBTAINED ... SO VERY RARE !
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- Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
- Type / Pattern
- Charazani Region.
- Quechua Peoples
- Late 19th Century
- Width: 9.75 inches
- Height: 9.5 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- Ritual Cerimonial Textile
- Camelid Fibers. Dyed Merino Wools