Child's Tunic with Faces and Hands, ca. 750–800
Peru, south highlands, Wari style
Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 21 1/4 x 21 in. (55.5 x 54 cm)
Private Collection

Child's Tunic with Faces and Hands, ca. 750–800 Peru, south highlands, Wari style Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 21 1/4 x 21 in. (55.5 x 54 cm) Private Collection

Tunic with Supernatural Figure, ca. 350–300 BCE
Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area
Camelid hair; simple looping; 24 x 21 in. (61 x 53 cm)
Private Collection

Tunic with Supernatural Figure, ca. 350–300 BCE Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area Camelid hair; simple looping; 24 x 21 in. (61 x 53 cm) Private Collection

Miniature Tunic with Staff Bearers, ca. 800–850
Peru, south highlands, Wari style
Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 6 1/4 x 10 1/4 in. (16 x 26 cm)
Private Collection

Miniature Tunic with Staff Bearers, ca. 800–850 Peru, south highlands, Wari style Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 6 1/4 x 10 1/4 in. (16 x 26 cm) Private Collection

Cawker City World Largest Twine Ball http://www.worldslargestthings.com/wllist.htm

Cawker City World Largest Twine Ball http://www.worldslargestthings.com/wllist.htm

Tunic, ca.135–525 CE
Peru, south highlands, Pucara
Camelid hair; plain weave and tapestry weave; 38 1/2 x 60 1/2 in. (98.1 x 153.7 cm)
Private Collection

Tunic, ca.135–525 CE Peru, south highlands, Pucara Camelid hair; plain weave and tapestry weave; 38 1/2 x 60 1/2 in. (98.1 x 153.7 cm) Private Collection

Tunic with Serpents, ca. 800–950
Peru, south highlands, Wari-related style
Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 29 3/8 x 40 in. (74.6 x 101.6 cm)
Private Collection

Tunic with Serpents, ca. 800–950 Peru, south highlands, Wari-related style Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 29 3/8 x 40 in. (74.6 x 101.6 cm) Private Collection

Tunic with Animal-Headed Staff Bearers, ca. 850–950
Peru, south highlands, Wari style
Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 44 x 40 in. (111.8 x 101.6 cm)
Private Collection

Tunic with Animal-Headed Staff Bearers, ca. 850–950 Peru, south highlands, Wari style Camelid hair, cotton; tapestry weave; 44 x 40 in. (111.8 x 101.6 cm) Private Collection

World's Largest Ball of Twine Cawker City, Kansas By jimmywayne http://www.flickr.com/photos/auvet/860982521/

World's Largest Ball of Twine Cawker City, Kansas By jimmywayne http://www.flickr.com/photos/auvet/860982521/

	Banded Tunic with Proliferous Patterns, ca. 580–680
Peru, probably Arequipa area, Nasca-related style
Private Collection

Banded Tunic with Proliferous Patterns, ca. 580–680 Peru, probably Arequipa area, Nasca-related style Private Collection

	Tunic with Pattern of Double-Headed Birds, ca. 300 BCE–100 CE
Peru, south coast, probably Paracas Peninsula
Cleveland Museum of Art, The Norweb Collection (1946.227)

Tunic with Pattern of Double-Headed Birds, ca. 300 BCE–100 CE Peru, south coast, probably Paracas Peninsula Cleveland Museum of Art, The Norweb Collection (1946.227)


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	Tunic with Pattern of Double-Headed Birds, ca. 300 BCE–100 CE
Peru, south coast, probably Paracas Peninsula
Cleveland Museum of Art, The Norweb Collection (1946.227)

Tunic with Pattern of Double-Headed Birds, ca. 300 BCE–100 CE Peru, south coast, probably Paracas Peninsula Cleveland Museum of Art, The Norweb Collection (1946.227)

	Tie-Dyed Tunic, ca. 50 BCE–200 CE
Peru, probably Arequipa area, early Nasca-related style
Private Collection

Tie-Dyed Tunic, ca. 50 BCE–200 CE Peru, probably Arequipa area, early Nasca-related style Private Collection

Tunic with Double-Headed Serpents, ca. 350–300 BCE
Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area

Tunic with Double-Headed Serpents, ca. 350–300 BCE Peru, south coast, probably Ocucaje area

Tunic, ca. 700–800
Peru, south coast, late Nasca style
Camelid hair; plain weave, embroidered; 25 x 28 in. (63.5 x 71 cm)
Private Collection

Tunic, ca. 700–800 Peru, south coast, late Nasca style Camelid hair; plain weave, embroidered; 25 x 28 in. (63.5 x 71 cm) Private Collection

	Banded Tunic with Proliferous Patterns, ca. 580–680
Peru, probably Arequipa area, Nasca-related style
Private Collection

Banded Tunic with Proliferous Patterns, ca. 580–680 Peru, probably Arequipa area, Nasca-related style Private Collection

Andean Knitting charts + The Andean Tunics (Met.Museum)

Andean Knitting charts + The Andean Tunics (Met.Museum)

	Tunic with Warrior Scenes, ca. 410–605
Peru, probably, Arequipa area, Nasca-related style
Private Collection

Tunic with Warrior Scenes, ca. 410–605 Peru, probably, Arequipa area, Nasca-related style Private Collection

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