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Flores, Lewokluok Ikat Hand Weaving in East of Flores

Flores, Lewokluok Ikat Hand Weaving in East of Flores

Written by on May 18, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores Lewokluok Ikat Hand Weaving in East of Flores http://floresexplore.com/lewokluok-ikat-hand-weaving-in-east-of-flores-island-indonesia.html If you get infected with ‘ikat-passion’ during your Flores trip, Lewokluok is a place that will fill a collector’s heart with awe. Tiny Lamaholot Village is famed for its ikat, or kwatek kinge in the local language. What makes their ikat unique and therefore a […]

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Alor Traditional Textiles

Alor Traditional Textiles

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Nusatenggara Textiles with 0 Comments

Alor Traditional Textiles 3 Alor Handwoven fabric made of cotton. Consists of two panels sewn together. The yarns used were handspun. Festive or ceremonial sarong. The dark blue middle section of this two-panel sarong is traversed by bright blue warp stripes. On each of the outer panels a wide ikat band with geometric patterns in […]

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Batik Artist: Njo Tan Sing Ing

Batik Artist: Njo Tan Sing Ing

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Java Textile with 0 Comments

Nj. Lie Eng Soen (Indonesia, Java (?)), Lie Eng Soen (Indonesia, Java) Woman’s Hip Wrapper (Kain Panjang Pagi Sore), circa 1950-circa 1960 Textile, Hand-drawn wax resist (batik) on machine-woven cotton, synthetic dyes, waxed signature, 42 x 98 1/2 in. (106.7 x 250.1 cm) Inger McCabe Elliott Collection (M.91.184.71) (CJB) Nj. Gan Sam Gie (Indonesia, Java […]

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East Timor  traditional textiles

East Timor traditional textiles

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Nusatenggara Textiles with 0 Comments

18 East Timor Sarong (M) Cotton warp ikat with sungkit borders. 32″x 37½.” This tubular skirt has meticulous weft-wrapped details in the borders and very fine ikat. The back is identical. It is in excellent condition. The side seam could be opened to display a piece twice this size, if desired….. $485 An interesting east […]

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Semarang Traditional  batik

Semarang Traditional batik

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Java Textile with 0 Comments

Woman’s Hip Wrapper (Sarung), Indonesia, Java, Semarang, circa 1860-circa 1867, Hand-drawn wax resist (batik) on machine-woven cotton, natural dyes . (LC) Woman’s Hip Wrapper (Sarung Bang Biru Hijau), Indonesia, Java, Semarang, circa 1880, Hand-drawn wax resist (batik) on machine-woven cotton, natural dyes . (LC) Woman’s Hip Wrapper (Sarung Kepala Pasung), Indonesia, Java, Semarang, circa 1900, […]

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Batik Artist: Kangjeng Wonogiri

Batik Artist: Kangjeng Wonogiri

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Java Textile with 0 Comments

Kangjeng Wonogiri dyer born Java 1875 /1895 – 1968/1972 Skirt cloth [kain panjang] Batik with ukel satriomanah design mid 20th century Surakarta Java Indonesia cotton, dyes batik 102.6 (h) x 251.8 (w) cm (NGA) Kangjeng Wonogiri dyer born Java 1875 /1895 – 1968/1972 Nyai Tumenggung Mardusari Court of The Mangkunegaran Surakarta Java Indonesia born Indonesia […]

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Toraja Traditional Textiles

Toraja Traditional Textiles

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Sulawesi Textiles with 0 Comments

Toraja Traditional Textiles Large Toraja sekomandi style (IK) Toraja Sa’dan-Toraja-211×47-cm (VB) Sa’dan-Toraja (VB) Toraja people Ceremonial hanging and shroud [pori lonjong] early 20th century Sulawesi Indonesia cotton, natural dyes warp ikat 132.5 (h) x 434.0 (w) cm (NGA) Toraja people Sacred banner [pio puang; cawat cindalo; topu bate] 19th-20th century Sulawesi Indonesia cotton, natural dyes […]

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Batik Artists

Batik Artists

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Java Textile with 0 Comments

Woman’s Hip Wrapper (Kain Panjang Pagi Sore), The Kwie Tjoen (Indonesia, Java) (Artist), circa 1960 – circa 1970, Hand-drawn wax resist (batik) on machine-woven cotton, synthetic dyes, waxed signature. (LC) A. J. F. Jans (Indonesia, Java, circa 1850 – circa 1920) Woman’s Hip Wrapper (Sarung), circa 1900 Textile, Hand-drawn wax resist (batik) on machine-woven cotton, […]

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