South America - Nasca/Nazca Culture - Woven Hemmed Mantle Cloth
Antiquities - South America
GBP (£) 400 - 600
EUR (€) 470 - 710
USD ($) 510 - 770
Sold for (Inc. premium): £345
Circa 500-1,000 AD. An assemblage comprising a mantle of two plain brown woven panels stitched together with attached woven multi-coloured hems on red backgrounds; the hems being 50mm wide, with one hem depicting a repeated bird-in-panel motif and the other a repeated glyph motif. 50cm square. Generally very fine, some minor damage to the plain cloth panels; the hems excellent with good colour.
Friday 19th March 2010 at The Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury WayLondon WC1A 2TH
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Lot No. 629