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Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Toraja culture, Indonesia, Sulawesi.

Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Toraja culture, Indonesia, Sulawesi.

Ikat from East Sumba, IndonesiaHinggi kawuru (pahudur). 'Blue Sumba' (handspun). Named not after largest motif, but after most important: andung (skull tree). Large naga (dragons), ayam (cocks), buaya (crocodiles). Pagi-sore: top and bottom different.

Cotton ikat hinggi (blanket) from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia, ca.

Detail: late-17th-century painted mordant-dyed and painted cotton Coromandel Coast palampore made for the Indonesian market. Collection of Thomas Murray, California. Published in John Guy’s book, Woven Cargoes: Indian Textiles in the East.

Floral pattern /// painted mordant-dyed and painted cotton Coromandel Coast palampore made for the Indonesian market. Collection of Thomas Murray, California. Published in John Guy's book, Woven Cargoes: Indian Textiles in the East.

Ceremonial Hanging (Porilonjong) [Rongkong Toraja people, Sulawesi Island, Indonesia] (1990.335.19) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ceremonial Hanging (Porilonjong) - Rongkong Toraja people - Sulawesi Island, Indonesia - probably century - Metropolitan Museum

Ikat from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia

Pusaka Collection of Indonesian Ikat * Textile Timor, West Timor, Indonesia, Warp ikat

Hand drawn Batik Lasem shawl with classic motives made by the maestro Sigit Witjaksono. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Hand drawn Batik Lasem shawl with classic motives made by the maestro Sigit Witjaksono. Private collection of Arief Laksono.

Vintage Indonesian batik. Handrawn, named Kopi Tutung with parang style. Made in early 1900. One of my favorite batik ❤

Handrawn, named Kopi Tutung with parang style. Made in early One of my favorite batik ❤💚

kain tenun kalimantan timur | Benda Kerajinan Tangan Suku Dayak KALTIM - Paser Tempo Doeloe

kain tenun kalimantan timur | Benda Kerajinan Tangan Suku Dayak KALTIM - Paser Tempo Doeloe

Sarong Solor Archipelago, Alor, Bird’s Head Peninsula, 1920–1950. Cotton, two panels, 0.58m x 1.19m (11’1″ x 3″11″). This piece has an unusual overall colour for its type with motifs that are reminiscent of ikan pari stingray.

Sarong Solor Archipelago, Alor, Bird’s Head Peninsula,

Garut Batik. Garutan batik can be identified by its distinctive colors, gumading (yellowish ivory), indigo, dark red, dark green, yellowish brown, and purple. Ivory stays dominant in the background. Despite applying traditional Javanese court motifs such as rereng, Garut batik uses lighter and brighter colors compared to Javanese court batik.

Garut Batik. Garutan batik can be identified by its distinctive colors, gumading (yellowish ivory), indigo, dark red, dark green, yellowish brown, and purple. Ivory stays dominant in the background. Despite applying traditional Javanese court motifs such as rereng, Garut batik uses lighter and brighter colors compared to Javanese court batik.