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  • X65.8009 Cloak

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    Cloak
    Ng?ti Whakaue Maori peoples, Rotorua District, Aotearoa,
    pre-1883
    Harakeke, wool, feathers; double-pair weft twining, taniko weft twining
    L: 87 cm; W: 150 cm; D: 2 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. X65.8009; Gift of the Wellcome Trust

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  • X65.8727 Fragment with stepped bird and scroll design

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    Fragment with stepped bird and scroll design
    Nasca culture, south coast of Peru
    Early Intermediate Period (Late Nasca), 500-700 CE
    Polychrome-dyed camelid-hair warp and weft (Z-spun, S-plied); discontinuous warp and weft, balanced plain weave
    41 x 15 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X65.8727.

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  • X65.8730 Panel with crowned figures bearing staffs

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    Object Name: Panel with crowned figures bearing staffs

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Chancay or Rimac

    Place of Origin: Peru, central coast

    Date/Era: Late Intermediate Period, 1150 – 1450 C.E.

    Medium/Materials: Natural brown cotton, warp (S-spun, Z-plied); dyed camelid hair, weft (Z-spun, S-plied); tapestry weave with slit joins and eccentric weft

    Dimensions: 77 x 74 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust.

    Accession Number: X65.8730

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  • X65.8778 Corner fragment of a textile

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    Corner fragment of a textile
    Nasca/Wari culture, Nasca Valley, south coast of Peru
    700 – 900 CE
    Cotton, dyed camelid hair; plain weave with supplementary-weft patterning
    39 x 26 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X65.8778

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  • X65.8791 Weaving practice sampler

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    Weaving practice sampler
    Coastal Wari culture, south coast of Peru
    Middle Horizon, 600-1000 CE
    Cotton warp and weft and dyed camelid-hair weft; plain weave with supplementary-weft float patterning
    24 x 23cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X65.8791.

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  • X66.1149AB Resist-dyed cloth (adire eleko)

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    Object Name: Resist-dyed cloth (adire eleko)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Yoruba peoples

    Place of Origin: Nigeria

    Date/Era: Mid-20th century

    Medium/Materials: Cotton, indigo dye

    Dimensions: 189 x 165 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Beals.

    Accession Number: X66.1149AB

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  • X66.1968 and X86.2897 Needle cases

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    Needle case (left)
    Camarones, Chile
    Pre Colombian, date unknown
    Leather or skin
    16 x 5 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase. X66.1968

     

    Needle case (right)
    Nasca culture, south coast of Peru
    Early Intermediate Period, 100-600 CE
    Reeds, cactus
    13 x 3 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas Jr. X86.2897

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  • X67.51 Yarn painting

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    Object Name: Yarn painting

    Artist: Ramón Medina Silva

    Place of Origin: Huichol, Mexico

    Date/Era: Circa 1926 – 1971

    Dimensions: 61 x 61 cm

    Medium/Materials: Yarn, beeswax, fiberboard

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase courtesy of the Ford Foundation, Collected by Peter T. Furst.

    Accession Number: X67.51

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  • X67.518 Bag

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    Bag
    South coast of Peru (?)
    Middle Horizon (?), 600 – 1000 CE.
    Cotton and camelid hair (Z-spun, S-plied); plain weave with supplementary-weft patterning
    11 x 11 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X67.518.

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  • X67.520 Trapezoidal bag

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    Trapezoidal bag
    Coastal Wari style, Nasca Valley (?), south coast of Peru
    Middle Horizon, circa 600 – 1000 CE
    Cotton warp, camelid hair weft; weft-faced plain-waeve with crossed-loop stitch embroidery
    21 x 8-9 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X67.520.

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  • X67.526 Fragment of a ceremonial mantle

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    Fragment of a ceremonial mantle
    Paracas culture (Cavernas), south coast of Peru
    Early Horizon, circa 400-300 BCE
    Camelid-hair warp and weft, dyed; double-cloth
    148 x 74 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X67.526

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  • X67.527 Coca bag with shoulder strap

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    Coca bag with should strap
    Inca culture, unknown provenance, likely south coast of Peru
    Inca Period, 1438-1532
    Camelid hair, natural and dyed colors; weft-faced plain weave; warp-patterend weave (strap)
    54 x 19 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Wellcome Trust. X67.527

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