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Aymara Camelid Wool Poncho, Bolivia, Mid-19th Century


Woven of Camelid Wool with natural dyes, Aymara culture, Sica Sica region, Bolivia.


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    Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses.
  • Dimensions

    H 50 in. x W 56 in. x D .2 in.

    H 127 cm x W 142.24 cm x D 5.08 mm

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    Denver, CO
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