CUZCO, PERU. Early 20th Century
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STUNNING QUALITY. A SUPERB TEXTILE In ALL REGARDS! Quehua Peoples, Cuzco Region, Peru. Very Finely Woven Cross-Pattern, Traditional Fields with Quite Detailed Design Work. ABSOLUTELY SUPERB CONDITION. Circa 1920-30. Just a Very Few Threads Exposed over the Lower Edge. Ground Loomed. SOLD, Private Collection. See Additional Distinctive Tribal Weaves. Our Collections are Exceptional Preservation State and Best Regional Weaves to Late 18th Century !
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- Quechua Peoples, Peru
- Early 20th Century
- Width: 37 inches
- Height: 32 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- Warp Weave Cross Hook Pattern
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