Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments

Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments
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Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments
Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments
Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments
Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments
Chancay Jaguar Textile Ornaments

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Chancay Textile Ornaments

 

A sizable pair of Textile Ornaments with painted Jaguars from the Chancay culture, Peru. Ca. 900 – 1400 AD.
Colorful woven camelid and cotton textiles produce this unique pair of ornaments. The lower central roundel is painted with the upper torso of the Jaguar with fringes on the perimeter and possibly used as ear accessories. These are scarce items.
Minor textile loss otherwise in Fine condition. Measures approx. 11″ H, 4″ Dia.;

Displays beautifully on an all-metal custom stand 12.5″ H.

Price $1,295

 


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