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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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Batavia Traditional Textiles, 9

Batavia Traditional Textiles, 9

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

Javanese people Woman’s skirt cloth [kain sarong] 1900-25 Batavia (Jakarta) Java Indonesia cotton, natural dyes hand-drawn batik 105.5 (h) x 229.5 (w) cm (NGA) Javanese people Canopy and cover [lelangit] for Chinese ceremonial use Batavia (Jakarta) Java Indonesia cotton, dyes hand-drawn batik 205.5 (h) x 299.5 (w) cm (NGA) Javanese people Altar and ceiling cloth […]

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Kalumpang Traditional Textiles 21

Kalumpang Traditional Textiles 21

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

Kalumpang Traditional Textile Woman’s tunic [kaya be or baju be] early 20th century Kalumpang district Sulawesi Indonesia cotton fabric, shells, beads, woollen felt applique 43.0 (h) x 73.0 (w) cm (NGA) Ceremonial hanging and shroud c.1905 Kalumpang district Sulawesi Indonesia cotton warp ikat 144.0 (h) x 249.0 (w) cm (NGA) Ceremonial textile, possibly woman’s skirt […]

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Poso Traditional Textiles

Poso Traditional Textiles

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

Poso Traditional Textiles eremonial textile late 18th – early 19th century Poso district Sulawesi Indonesia cotton warp ikat 155.0 (h) x 164.0 (w) cm (NGA) Ceremonial textile early 20th century Poso district Sulawesi Indonesia cotton warp ikat 156.0 (h) x 170.0 (w) cm (NGA) Ceremonial textile 19th century Poso district Sulawesi Indonesia cotton warp ikat […]

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Timor Traditional Textiles

Timor Traditional Textiles

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

Timor Traditional Textiles Man’s Mantle / Blanket Timor (TP) From Ayotupas in the southern highlands of West Timor this handsome, three panel men’s mantle/blanket was created on a backstrap loom using a time-consuming, warp-wrapping technique called ‘buna’. The handspun cotton threads are colored by natural dyes, with a handsome indigo blue in the largest bands. […]

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Flores, Belu Traditional Textiles,

Flores, Belu Traditional Textiles,

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

Flores, Belu Traditional Textiles, Tais / Woman’s Ceremonial Tube Skirt, South Belu area of Central Timor Indonesia Technique: Handspun single ply weft throughout, weft ikat in handspun cotton single ply in the border areas and paired handspun cotton single ply in the center, silk handspun warp stripes, handspun and commercially spun multi colored supplementary weft […]

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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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Rembang Traditional Textiles

Rembang Traditional Textiles

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

Woman’s Shoulder Cloth (Selendang Lok Can), Indonesia, Java, Rembang, circa 1900-1910, Hand-drawn wax resist (batik) on machine-woven silk, natural dyes . (LC) Shoulder cloth [selendang or kain tanah liat] Rembang district Java Indonesia silk, natural dyes batik including fringe 49.0 (h) x 162.0 (w) cm Not signed. Not dated. (NGA) Javanese people Woman’s shoulder cloth […]

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