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Huari or Wai Culture, Peru, Tunic Fragment | 7th-9th century.

Tunic Fragment I Camelid hair I Huari Tunic I century I Wari (Peru)

Image Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, USA; Object: Sash fragment, tapestry woven in cream and brown with elaborate figures which appear to be pregnant, fringe on un-cut edges of the piece; Date: 14th-early 16th century; Content: Cotton and camelid hair; Source: Peru

Image Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, USA; Object: Sash fragment, tapestry woven in cream and brown with elaborate figures which appear to be pregnant, fringe on un-cut edges of the piece; Date: 14th-early 16th century; Content: Cotton and camelid hair; Source: Peru

Textile fragment; cotton; double weave with paired wefts; large scale geometric design - stepped triangles with two angular scroll appendages; linked; edging down one warp selvedge; brown and cream.

double weave with paired wefts; large scale geometric design - stepped triangles with two angular scroll appendages; edging down one warp selvedge; © The Trustees of the British Museum

Image Source: de Young/Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, USA; Object: Fragment, Fragmentary border of a breechcloth or end of sash, figures in pattern on a red ground; Date: Pre-Columbian; Content: Camelid fiber; Source: Peru

Fragmentary border of a breechcloth or end of sash by Pre-Columbian. A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA.

Image Source: de Young/Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, USA; Object: Fragment, Red and yellow; Date: Pre-Columbian; Content: Not available; Source: Peru

Image Source: de Young/Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA, USA; Object: Fragment, Red and yellow; Date: Pre-Columbian; Content: Not available;

textile-museum: “ • Tunic, Peru, Huari Style, ca. 850-950. L: 210.00 cm, W: 59.00 cm. TM 91.351. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941. ”

textile-museum: “ • Tunic, Peru, Huari Style, ca. 850-950. L: 210.00 cm, W: 59.00 cm. TM 91.351. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941. ”

Tunic Fragment  Date:     7th–8th century Geography:     Peru Culture:     Moche-Wari Medium:     Camelid hair, cotton

Tunic Fragment Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Moche-Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton

textile-museum:  Tabard, Peru, Chimu, Late Intermediate Period/Late Horizon (1400–1500). Cotton, feathers, L: 98.00 cm, W: 68.00 cm. TM 91.395. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941.

textile-museum: Tabard, Peru, Chimu, Late Intermediate Period/Late Horizon (1400–1500). Cotton, feathers, L: 98.00 cm, W: 68.00 cm. TM 91.395. Acquired by George Hewitt Myers in 1941.

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