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Fragment: Textile3263/1

Fragment of a mantle (shawl). Horizontal rows with designs inside of them, trimmed with patterned bands along their bottom edges, across entire surface. Overlaying, woven fringe tabs hanging from bands. The design elements along the left and right sides- the patterns, band and fringe- are dark brown and the design elements in the middle are red. Step pattern inside of the light brown horizontal rows, with wave motifs inside of them. Bands have two lines of light brown through them. The upper line has a wave motif through it, done in red, and the bottom line is plain.

Culture
“Chancay” ?
Material
cotton fibre, camelid wool fibre and dye
Made in
“Peru” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Bag3295/49

Small finely woven square bag. Body composed of two squares, stitched together on three sides, a long thin rectangular strap and three brown, black and white pompoms evenly spaced along the bottom of the bag. The body of the bag is black, with three bands of brown, grey and black lines and designs running vertical. The strap is black and brown with a brown line dotted by white running down the centre line.

Culture
“Peruvian” ?
Material
camelid wool fibre ?, wool fibre and dye
Made in
“Peru” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Net2990/931

Long fish net made of twisted camelid black wool threads forming horizontal and vertical intersections. Knotted in one side and "S" torsion technique. Well preserved.

Culture
?
Material
camelid wool fibre
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Fragment: Band2990/928

Fragment of textile band, possibly from the border of a garment. Black weft camelid wool threads and red-brown, yellow-brown and black dyed camelid wool warp threads. Top band is 2x2 (weft and warp) and is red-brown; middle part is 1x1, yellow-brown, and has a semi-translucent effect; the lower part is 1x2, with black warp and weft camelid threads. Plain weave technique and "S" torsion; band is edged in brown. Incomplete.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
camelid wool fibre and dye
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Cloth2990/927

Cloth made of cream and darker beige camelid wool threads. Intersecting thin and thick horizontal and vertical threads in "S" torsion; two seams. Worn and incomplete.

Culture
?
Material
camelid wool fibre
Made in
“Peru” ?
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Fragment: Band2990/926

Red textile band with net decoration as a fringe. Band in plain weave technique (1x1) and decorated with two bands of grey-blue and yellow-brown dyed camelid threads in "S" torsion; band is edged in brown. Network has an arrangement of intersecting and twisted horizontal and vertical brown camelid wool threads in "S" torsion. Incomplete.

Culture
?
Material
cotton fibre ?, camelid wool fibre and dye
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Fragment: Band2990/925

Fragments of a textile band, with loose yellow-white feathers and cord. Black threads form geometric imagery and are knotted on one side. Plain weave textile technique (1x1) and "S" torsion. Incomplete.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
cotton fibre, camelid wool fibre, feather and dye
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Textile2990/923

Textile with open tapestry technique and geometric forms. Six bands of diagonal stepped motifs and five of geometric spirals, representing waves. Red-brown, yellow-brown, yellow-cream, brown and grey-brown dyed camelid threads. Worn and incomplete.

Culture
?
Material
camelid wool fibre and dye
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Fragment: Textile2990/920

Garment fragments with geometrical decoration. Textile has open tapestry technique. Three bands are sewn together and have diagonal and geometric waves surrounded by stepped motifs. Brown, yellow-brown, green, red-brown and blue-green dyed camelid wool threads.

Culture
“Nasca” ?
Material
cotton fibre, camelid wool fibre and dye
Made in
Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Fragment: Textile2990/918

Embroidery fragment with three light yellow-brown thread lines in border and blue decoration on brown ground. "S" torsion and 2x1.

Culture
“Paracas” ?
Material
camelid wool fibre and dye
Made in
Ica, Peru
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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