Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208

Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208
Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208
Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208
Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208

Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208
Experts in Finding Rare Ancestral Art for Your Collecting Interests. AN INCREDIBLE HISTORIC ANDEAN INDIAN WEARING BLANKET. TM10208 is an authentic indigenous Native American hand-woven kurilla ikiña also suja ikiña, isi ikiña, chusa phullu, et al.

Pedal-loom blanket woven in two pieces and joined together. This is an incredible, historically important example for its unique iconography, which resembles certain Navajo women's blankets of 19. Kurilla ikiña were almost always woven with repeated patterns throughout the textile. This extremely rare example, however, is woven to resemble a warp-faced textile with a striped center field, Furthermore, the textile incorporates relatively rare twill-weave (herringbone pattern). 67 inches by 63 inches.

Weight: 2411 grams (5.3 pounds). The weaver used handspun sheep wool, including fine Merino wool with a light sheen. The yarns are colored with both natural and early, mordant-enhanced aniline dyes. The textile is in EXCELLENT condition with some light staining, nearly all of which is on one side only. There are no holes, dye-run, or unsightly worn spots. Currently, regular air-and-ground service to the U. Requires 1 to 4 weeks depending on periodic delays in Miami due to policy changes with Homeland Security, TSA, U. We are not in proximity to the only open post office.


EARLY-20TH CENTURY = 1900 to 1933. MID-20TH CENTURY = 1934 to 1966. LATE-20TH CENTURY = 1967 to 1999. TURN OF THE 20TH CENTURY = 1995 to 2005. EARLY-21ST CENTURY = 2000 to Present. ANTIQUE = Over 50 years old. VINTAGE = Over 30 years old. CONTEMPORARY = Made in the last 5 years.

CIRCA = Approximately/around/within a few years of. ANDES AMAZON TEXTILE "CONDITION" TERMS. Terms used to describe the physical condition of textiles can be subjective and vary greatly from one observer to another.

What some others call "mint" condition, we call "good"; what others call "excellent" condition, we call fair. Following are explanations of the terms we use. Unused -- as if recently removed from the loom. No wear or patina of any kind.

These textiles may have "nubs" or even loose, uncut threads from the weaving process. EXCELLENT = Usually only lightly used, often guarded or stored for many years. There may be extremely light wear, patina and sheen from use. There may also be nearly undetectable light staining or soiling from use.

The colors may have muted ever so slightly due to age or exposure, often improving the beauty of a textile. VERY GOOD = Usually lightly or only periodically used. The surface may be very lightly but evenly worn.

There are no tears or distracting holes. There may be minimal surface discoloration. Vintage textiles may have lightly darkened yarn from use and age (staining and soiling).

Overall, the textile will be in outstanding condition and at a displayable distance will appear perfect. GOOD = Usually moderately to well-used.

There may be light to medium staining, isolated or throughout. Some parts of the textile may be worn or have very small holes, occasionally exposing hidden thread yarns.

Edges may be lightly frayed. Surface discoloration due to age and exposure is common but often improving the appearance of a textile. There may be minor, light or isolated, dye run. Damage will not distract significantly from the textile when displayed. FAIR = Either well-used or moderately abused. Extensive wear is common as is some "bleeding" or dye run. In most 20th century cases, the colors have considerably faded. Sections of fringe or tassels may be missing. Textiles may be in otherwise excellent condition but with a single isolated sector of damage, that greatly reduces its aesthetic appeal.

Most vintage tribal textiles on the market are in FAIR TO GOOD condition. POOR = Showing evidence of extreme usage and damage. These textiles do not display well and are primarily useful as study specimens or examples of sometimes very rare textiles. We believe the world deserves to improve. We believe in a higher, aspiring destination for humanity.

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Unique Navajo-like Andes Indian Antique Wearing Blanket C. 1900 Tm10208