Property of various owners
Two Peruvian textiles
Circa 900-1532 A.D., including a Chancay belt, worked in contrasting color panels showing stylized pelicans in flight, split tab ends at both sides, depicting more bird figures and striped panels, trailing tassels and braided fringe (lacking from one side); along with a Late Intermediate Period - Late Horizon weaving, the rectangular panel with original selvedge, consisting of thin patterned or solid color stripes on the plain weave ground, leading to an end panel of central stepped diamonds and linear box devices to the sides.
length 22in (as shown in frame) and 35in
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