Property of various owners
Two Peruvian textile items
Circa 600-1400 A.D., including a Chancay belt worked in an allover pattern of hooked or serrated diagonal bands and stylized fish, trailing at each end a woven medallion depicting a crowned human figure, fringed about the perimeter and suspending a series of thick cords and tassels of various colors; along with a pair of Lambayeque semicircular pennants (joined together in modern times, end-to-end,) each worked in a mirror-image depiction of a high status figure with arching crown, tasseled pendants suspended from each side, enclosed by a perimeter frame of varicolored stripes, lengthy tassel suspensions, both textiles framed.
length (as framed) 33 1/2 and 14 1/2in
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