Tassels

A work made of wool (camelid), plain weave with complementary patterning warp double cloth; five  sections joined; cross-knit looping over folded unworked warps; integrated oblique interlacing border; attached tubular plain weave with supplementary warp-float patterning strap.
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  • A work made of wool (camelid), plain weave with complementary patterning warp double cloth; five  sections joined; cross-knit looping over folded unworked warps; integrated oblique interlacing border; attached tubular plain weave with supplementary warp-float patterning strap.

Date:

A.D. 500/900

Artist:

Nazca
Peru, south coast, Probably Nazca Valley

About this artwork

On View

Arts of the Americas, Gallery 59

Artist

Nazca

Title

Tassels

Origin

Peru

Date

500 AD–900 AD

Medium

Wool (camelid), plain weave with complementary patterning warp double cloth; five sections joined; cross-knit looping over folded unworked warps; integrated oblique interlacing border; attached tubular plain weave with supplementary warp-float patterning strap

Dimensions

33.3 x 20 cm (13 1/8 x 7 7/8 in.)

Credit Line

Kate S. Buckingham Endowment

Reference Number

1955.1792a

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