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3836

Antique Pre-Columbian Tie Dye Textile, Nazca Textile.
500-1000 A.D.

Size 12" x 6"

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Tie dye is a modern term coined to describe the staining technique that includes folding, playback, and fastening the fabric using a rope or rubber.The process will produce a different pattern depending on the folding and binding. Contrary to popular belief circulating, the motive tie dye is not created in the US in 1960. In fact, the initiation of the technique of tie dye has been longer than that. The earliest example of a motif tie dye found in Peru in the year 500. The designs on the fabric covering small circles and lines with bright colors like yellow, blue,


Antique Pre-Columbian Tie-Dye Textile
 
 

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