All about woven cloth from East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
14 Pin22 Pengikut
Sarong - Ikat from Solor, Solor Archipelago, Indonesia
After five years, the weavers of Ina Tula Tani have revived the tradition of weaving their natural dyed kreot nai juan textiles in Tapobal, Lembata on Bali, Indonesia
Hand spun Hand woven, with tiny Nassa Shells sewn in, in the shape of mythical animals, Sumba Hinggi Warp Ikat Tapestry Waeo Songket, rare collectable. Offered by Asmatcollection on ebay or bonanza.com email@example.com
The hand spun hand woven colored with natural pigments Sumba ikats such as this one bear motifs of bold, bright designs of people, animals and animistic totems. Taking up to two years to produce, a full sized cloth is highly prized.