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Item:223709899866Authentic Pre-Columbian Ancient Paracas Culture Textile Fragment Provenance: Gallery acquisition, Ex Swann. Mr. Swann was a member of the Dallas Museum League, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Museum and Carlos Museum. Item is legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, Chapter 14, and is guaranteed to be as described or your money back. This artifact was Appraised between $2,700-$4,500, with an Insurance value of $7,200 (see appraisal info picture). Artifact Info:There were many Pre -Inca civilizations, one of which was the Paracas who used cotton, vicuna and wool from alpaca (similar to llamas) with which they wove beautiful multicolored textiles, tapestries and blankets. They dyed their textiles with natural dyes of which they created more than 100 different shades. Natural dyes were made from plants, insects and earth materials. Textiles were considered a symbol of status. The Paracas people were located in what is today the ICA Region of Peru (Southern, coastal Peru). The dry environment of Southern Peru's Pacific coast allows organic material to be preserved when buried.Size: Framed 14 inches x 11 inches.Condition: Excellent, the weave is tight, clean and the colors are vivid with a complex geometric pattern. This large textile fragment would have part of a bigger piece.Guarantee line: This textile fragment is attributed to the Paracas culture of Peru and is of the Early Intermediate Period 100AD-400AD (approximately 1,600 years old).Please view all large, high definition photos which show exact details of the ancient woven textile.Free Shipping. Ships insured, Signature Required for delivery. Same Day shipping Monday-Friday 8am-2pm CST, Saturday 8am-10am CST.Thanks for looking.Featured Refinements:Pre-Columbian Antiquities
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Authentic Rare Pre-Columbian Ancient Peru Textile 100AD-400AD - Appraised