You can find all kinds of tribal print clothing, jewelry, and accessories.
Currently the earliest real sample of silk embroidery discovered in China is from a tomb in Mashan in Hubei province identified with the Zhanguo period (5th–3rd centuries BC).
And, because the Aztecs were pretty much wiped out, we don’t really know what Aztec textiles actually looked like.
All that remains of Aztec designs are stone carvings and pyramids.
After the opening of Silk Route in the Han dynasty, the silk production and trade flourished.
In the 14th century, the Chinese silk embroidery production reached its high peak.