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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
Octopus bag
Native American
ca. 1900
93.68
Vest
Plateau
19th century
93.72
Child's poncho
Chancay
ca. 1000-1470
93.83
Huipil
Guatemalan
81.17.1388
Huipil
Guatemalan
81.17.1389
Huipil
Guatemalan
81.17.1391
Huipil
Guatemalan
81.17.1394
Beaded dance apron
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1900
91.1.10
Red cedar bark head ring
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1910
91.1.18
Guulaangw gyaat'aad (button robe)
John Yeltadzi
ca. 1890
91.1.65
'Kangixtola - Gwa'ka'li'kala (robe)
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1890
91.1.8
'Tsep'
Kwakwaka'wakw
ca. 1920
91.1.9
Bag
Yup'ik
ca. 1920
92.133
Textile fragment with six spotted felines
Peru, Chancay
ca. 1000-1476
54.130
Textile fragment
Peruvian
0-100
46.125.2
Turban panel
Peruvian
ca. 1000 - 1470
69.129
Button robe with shark design (Guulaangw gyaat'aad)
Kaigani Haida
late 19th century
83.238
Necklace fragment:  birds and flowers
Peruvian
200 B.C.-200 A.D.
50.137
Child's shirt
Peruvian
ca. 1000 - 1470 A.D.
46.117
Textile fragment
Peruvian
ca. 1100
46.129
Poncho fragment:  three figural squares
Peruvian
ca. 700 - 800 A.D.
46.131
Textile fragment with blue llamas
Chimú
ca. 1000-1476
46.135
Tapestry poncho panel
Peruvian
46.142
Tapestry band
Peruvian
46.146
Turban
Peruvian
46.151
Miniature garment
Peruvian
ca. 1000-1470
85.353
Tapestry fragment with double-headed birds
Peruvian
ca. 750 - 1385 A.D.
46.121
Textile band
Peruvian
46.122
Textile fragment: birds
Peruvian
1000-1400
46.123
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.