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Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes.  Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave.   ...
Five 19th century warp-faced woven belts from the high Andes. Woven by Aymara Indians in the Altiplano region of Bolivia using fine alpaca fiber yarns in a complimentary warp-faced weave. All are complete. Priced individually or as a group. Longest belt is 75 x 3 inches. Widest belt is 5 inches wide x 59 inches. Additional images upon request
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