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  • X86.2935 Tapestry-woven band with warriors

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    Tapestry-woven band with warriors (fragment from a tunic)
    Moche culture, north coast of Peru
    Early Intermediate Period, 100-800 CE
    Cotton warp (Z-plied), camelid-hair weft (Z-spun, S-plied), dyed; tapestry weave with slit and dovetail joins
    124 x 19 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas Jr. X86.2935

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  • X86.3188 Married woman’s apron

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    Object Name: Married woman’s apron (maphotho)

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Ndebele peoples

    Place of Origin: South Africa

    Date/Era: 1950s

    Dimensions: 52.2 x 47.8 cm

    Medium/Materials: Canvas, glass, plastic, cotton, plant fiber

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase with Manus Funds.

    Accession Number: X86.3188

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  • X86.3949 Tunic

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    Tunic
    Chanay culture, central coast of Peru
    Late Intermediate Period, 1150 – 1450 CE
    Cotton warp (S-spun), camelid hair (plied); tapestry weave
    34 x 124 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas Jr. X86.3949

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  • X86.3950 Tapestry panel

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    Object Name: Tapestry panel

    Artist: Unknown

    Place of Origin: Peru, north or central coast [?]

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

    Medium/Materials: Crayfish panels: cotton warp (Z-spun, S-plied) and weft (Z-spun) with camelid hair; plain weave with supplementary wefts and weft-faced patterning.

    End tapestry panels with figures: light brown cotton warp (Z-spun, S-plied), polychrome camelid-hair weft (Z-spun, S-plied); tapestry weave, slit joins.

    Woven edgings: camelid hair; plain weave.

    Dimensions: 161 x 112 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs Herbert L. Lucas, Jr.

    Accession Number: X86.3950

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  • X86.3953 Fragment from a tunic

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    Fragment from a tunic
    Nasca/Wari culture, likely from the Nasca Valley, south coast of Peru
    600-800 CE
    Camelid hair warp and weft (Z-spun, S-plied); woven, tie-dyed and reassembled
    170 x 35 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas Jr. X86.3953.

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  • X86.3956 Tunic with cotton plant

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    Tunic with cotton plants
    Moche culture, Pacatnamu, Jequetepeque Valley, north coast Peru
    500-700 CE
    Resist-dyed cotton, camelid hair; plain weave with cotton warp, camelid-hair-weft tapestry panels
    Fowler Museum at UCLA, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas, Jr. X86.3956

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  • X86.3960 Tunic

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    Tunic
    Inca culture, south coast of Peru
    Inca Period, 1438-1532
    Cotton warp (3-ply, S-direction), camelid-hair weft (Z-spun, S-plied), camelid-harid embroidery; tapestry weave with interlocked joins, woven neck slit, embroidered edges
    88 x 81 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas Jr. X86.3960.

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  • X86.3965 Tunic

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    Tunic
    Chimu culture, north coast of Peru
    Late Intermediate Period, 1150 – 1450 CE.
    Cotton wrap (3-ply, Z-spun, two-toned white and brown), camelid-hair weft (Z-spun, S-plied), dyed; weft-faced plain weave and tapestry, slit joins
    90 x 43 cm
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Lucas Jr. X86.3965.

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  • X86.4720 Beaded crown

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    Beaded crown
    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Basketry, glass beads, cotton cloth, thread
    H: 17cm, Diam: 11 cm (H: 6.6 in, Diam: 4.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Arnold Rubin. X86.4720

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  • X86.904 Skirt

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    Skirt
    Kuba peoples
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    19th century
    Raffia and natural dye
    L: 404.0 cm, D: 74.0 cm (L: 159.0 in, D: 29.1 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Christensen Fund. X86.904

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  • X86.915 Skirt

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    Object Name: Skirt

    Artist: Unknown

    Culture: Kuba peoples

    Place of Origin: Showa, West Kasai Region, Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Date/Era: 20th century

    Dimensions: 149 x 61 cm

    Medium/Materials: Raffia palm fiber, natural dye, string

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of the Christensen Fund.

    Accession Number: X86.915

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  • X87.1601 Ibeji with beaded gown

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    Ibeji with beaded gown

    Nigeria
    Yoruba peoples
    Wood, glass beads, string, metal, camwood, powder, cloth, cowrie shells
    H: 27.5 cm, W: 22.0 cm, D: 9.5 cm (H: 10.8 in, W: 8.6 in, D: 3.7in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Bequest of Mary Stansbury Ruiz. X87.1601

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