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Lombok, Sasak Textiles 42

Lombok, Sasak Textiles 42

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Lombok, Sasak Textiles 42 Ritual cloth [osap] 19th century Bayan Lombok Indonesia cotton supplementary weft weave 58.0 (h) x 57.0 (w) cm (NGA) Sasak people Ceremonial cloth [pesujutan?] 19th century Lombok Indonesia cotton, natural dyes supplementary weft weave, pulled thread or tapestry weave ends 172.2 (h) x 62.0 (w) cm (NGA) Sasak people Shoulder cloth […]

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Flores Traditional Textiles

Flores Traditional Textiles

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Flores Traditional Textiles Flores Lawo Butu Ikat sarong with beadwork (IK) Flores Lawo Butu – Blue ikat sarong w/horses. 198cm x 80 (tube). (IK) Ilimandiri: ikat sarong, indigo/cotton. (IK) Ilimandiri: ikat sarong, indigo/cotton. (IK) A second similar patola,in a more typical red tone; also found in Flores, with basket motif. Viewed doubled over. (IK) East […]

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Moluccas Ternate Traditional Textiless, 15

Moluccas Ternate Traditional Textiless, 15

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Moluccas Ternate Traditional Textiless, 15 Ternate-108×77-cm (LUNA) Ternate-119.0-cm-by-84.0-cm (LUNA)

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Alor Islands, Solor Traditional Textiles

Alor Islands, Solor Traditional Textiles

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Alor Islands, Solor Traditional Textiles Handwoven fabric made of cotton. Shouldercloth woven from handspun threads in dark indigo blue. Thin warp and weft stripes produce a checked pattern. The colors are from natural dyes. Condition very good. Older than 20 years. Size 52,5 cm x 124 cm. Weight 350 gr. (Crus) Locally referred to as […]

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Alor Islands, Adonara Traditional Textiles

Alor Islands, Adonara Traditional Textiles

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Alor Islands, Adonara Traditional Textiles Locally referred to as kewatek. Handwoven fabric made of cotton. Consists of two panels sewn together. The main color is dark pink. A large center part has colored bands. The end sections are decorated with many bands of various colors and widths, of which five contain pink decorations in supplementary […]

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Gresik Traditional Textiles 6

Gresik Traditional Textiles 6

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eremonial textile [kain limar] 19th century Gresik East Java Java Indonesia silk, gold thread weft ikat, supplementary weft weave 243.0 (h) x 80.0 (w) cm (NGA) Javanese people Ceremonial textile [kain limar] 19th century Gresik East Java Java Indonesia silk, gold thread, cotton weft ikat, supplementary weft weave, crochet 240.0 (h) x 80.0 (w) cm […]

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Flores, Ngada Traditional Textiles

Flores, Ngada Traditional Textiles

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Flores, Ngada Traditional Textiles Provenance Ngada. Locally referred to as lu’矪ara (Ngadha). Handwoven fabric made of cotton. Ngada men´s shoulder cloth made of two parts sewn together. The black cloth has rows of white ikat motifs, horses and geometric images. Parts of the motifs are in light indigo. Along the selvages there are two narrow […]

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Sulawesi Traditional Textiles

Sulawesi Traditional Textiles

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Traditional Textiles of Sulawesi 6 Sulawesi Total : 140 Full ikat ceremonial panel (IK) Heirloom Textile / Ma’a made in Gujarat, India, 17th century collected in Sulawesi, Indonesia Pictured is the left half of a very wide piece, measuring 12’11” x 36 Technique: Resist and mordant dyed handspun cotton. Description: Two similar panels with a […]

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