Small ceremonial or utility cloth measuring 14 x 16 inches
This type of small cloth is variously called tari or inkuna, depending on the use. They are made both for ceremonial and utilitarian function. It is made from handspun wool, hand-woven on an Andean loom in a single panel. The dyes appear to be almost entirely vegetal, though there could also be some synthetic dyes present. I would guess the date to be ca. 2000. There is no tubular edging, but the edges have been rolled over and stitched to emulate a tube.
Condition is Excellent, since this appears to be a new piece.