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  1. Maya
    Hieroglyphic Inscription from Tablet Y

    692 AD
    Limestone with traces of paint
    64.38-64.39
  2. Inca (Inka)
    Post Columbian Textile

    1200–1532 AD
    Cotton and gold thread
    2004.2446
  3. Inca (Inka)
    Feather Panel with Llamas and Llama Herder

    1200–1532 AD
    Woven cotton and feathers
    2004.1662
  4. Inca (Inka)
    Coiled Cap

    1200–1532 AD
    Wool
    2001.1263
  5. Inca (Inka)
    Tunic

    1450–1532 AD
    Woven cotton and camelid wool
    2001.1399
  6. Inca (Inka)
    Tunic

    1450–1532 AD
    Woven and dyed cotton and camelid wool
    2001.1184
  7. Inca (Inka)
    Pacha

    1532–1780 AD
    Wood
    2001.1350
  8. Inca (Inka)
    Ceremonial Pouring Vessel (paccha)

    1532–1780 AD
    Chonta wood, resin paint, and nails
    91.1552
  9. Japanese
    Jinbako

    18th century
    Wood, lacquer, gold powder, mother-of-pearl, wool, mica, steel, brass, silver, bone, feather, paper, ink, gilt, silvered and brocaded paper, silk wrapping cloths
    2012.416.1-.12
  10. Japanese
    Shinshi bari

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e, and bamboo
    2006.388.14.A-.G
  11. Japanese
    Hake

    18th century
    Wood, lacquer, and fur with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.13
  12. Japanese
    Hake

    18th century
    Wood, lacquer, and fur with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.12
  13. Japanese
    Naga bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.11.A,.B
  14. Japanese
    Kesho bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.10.A,.B
  15. Japanese
    Kesho bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.9.A-.C
  16. Japanese
    Tearai

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.8
  17. Japanese
    Ekagami bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.7.3.A,.B
  18. Japanese
    Ekagami bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.7.2.A,.B
  19. Japanese
    Kushi

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.6
  20. Japanese
    Kushi

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.5
  21. Japanese
    Kushi

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.4
  22. Japanese
    Fushi bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.3.6.A,.B
  23. Japanese
    Fushi bako

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.3.5.A,.B
  24. Japanese
    Mimidarai

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.3.3
  25. Japanese
    Yusugi

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.2.A,.B
  26. Japanese
    Kyodai

    18th century
    Wood and lacquer with gold and silver maki-e
    2006.388.1
  27. Japanese
    Teapot

    19th century
    Lacquer on wood
    96.1654.A,.B
  28. Japanese
    Haisen

    1850–1860
    Roiro (waxen) lacquer with gold on wood
    2008.28
  29. Japanese
    Uchikake (Wedding Kimono)

    late 19th century
    Silk and gold
    2018.210
  30. Maya
    Perraje

    1898–1902 AD
    Cotton textile
    75.28
  31. Maya
    Woman's Skirt

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1063
  32. Maya
    Woman's Blouse or Huipil

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1062
  33. Maya
    Woman's Blouse or Huipil

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1059
  34. Maya
    Woman's Skirt

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1056
  35. Maya
    Woman's Blouse or Huipil

    1900–1950 AD
    Wool
    2011.1051
  36. Maya
    Woman's Blouse or Huipil

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1048
  37. Maya
    Woman's Blouse or Huipil

    1900–950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1047
  38. Maya
    Men's Short Pants or Calzoncillos

    1900–1950 AD
    Cotton
    2011.1046
  39. Maya
    Ceremonial Tzut

    1900–1933 AD
    Cotton, and silk textile
    75.30
  40. Maya
    Cofradia Cloth (Servilleta)

    1918–1922 AD
    Cotton, and silk textile
    75.29
  41. Katsuji Wakisaka
    Japanese, born 1944
    Nietos

    1977
    Screenprint on plain weave cotton
    2012.345
  42. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Stainless Steel Gloss

    Designed 1990, made 2000
    Polyester
    2000.900
  43. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Feather Flurries

    Designed 1993, made 2000
    Silk organdy and feathers
    2000.901
  44. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Jellyfish

    Designed 1993, made 2000
    Polyester
    2000.898
  45. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Patched Paper

    Designed 1997, made 2000
    Polyester and Mino Washi paper
    2000.902
  46. Sudo Reiko
    Japanese, born 1953
    Scattered Rubber Bands

    Designed 1997, made 2000
    Linen, acrylic, and silicone
    2000.899

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