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Fairly Rare Attractive Ceremonial Poncho Aymara Andes Indian Cond. Tm8929

Fairly Rare Attractive Ceremonial Poncho Aymara Andes Indian Cond.  Tm8929 Native American photo   Category : Ethnographic > Native American
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Category : Ethnographic > Native AmericanItem Id: 174423
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OriginThe textile was obtained from an Indian market with no exact provenance
Approximate AgeEarly-20th century (circa 1920-1935)
MaterialsThe vast majority of yarns consist of two-ply llama wool
Approximate Size41 inches by 31 inches
The use of dyed llama yarn is indicative of early-20th century age as well as the relatively isolated abode of the weaver
it is most commonly seen in turn-of-the-19th century weaving
Often the warp yarns are separated by a perforated board (wood, gourd or cardboard are common materials) in the process of weaving
All of the dyes are probably aniline in origin although a couple of greenish tones are suspect of possibly being natural
18TH CENTURY = A.D. 1700 to 1799
19th CENTURY = 1800 to 1899
TURN OF THE 19TH CENTURY = 1890 to 1910
EARLY-20TH CENTURY = 1900 to 1933
MID-20TH CENTURY = 1934 to 1966
LATE-20TH CENTURY = 1967 to 1999
TURN OF THE 20TH CENTURY = 1995 to 2005
EARLY-21ST CENTURY = 2000 to Present
CONTEMPORARY = Made in the last 5 years
” In most 20th century cases, the colors have considerably faded
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