Abung people  Indonesia, South Sumatra, northern Lampung area, Monggala    Ceremonial Skirt (tapis), Early 19th century

Abung people Indonesia, South Sumatra, northern Lampung area, Monggala Ceremonial Skirt (tapis), Early 19th century

Lot 137W. DETAIL OF A KIRMAN PRAYER RUG, South East Persia, circa 1890 177 x 115 cm. Results from Bonhams spring sale ‘Islamic and Indian Art’ 8 April 2014 in London

Results from Bonhams spring sale 'Islamic and Indian Art'

Lot 137W. DETAIL OF A KIRMAN PRAYER RUG, South East Persia, circa 1890 177 x 115 cm. Results from Bonhams spring sale ‘Islamic and Indian Art’ 8 April 2014 in London

| Womans ceremonial skirt [tapis inu] Paminggir people: Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia : 19th century cotton, silk, natural dyes 130.0 (h) x 120.0 (w) cm Acquired through gift and purchase from the Collection of Robert J Holmgren and Anita E Spertus, New York 2000 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

| Womans ceremonial skirt [tapis inu] Paminggir people: Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia : 19th century cotton, silk, natural dyes 130.0 (h) x 120.0 (w) cm Acquired through gift and purchase from the Collection of Robert J Holmgren and Anita E Spertus, New York 2000 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Paminggir people  Indonesia, South Sumatra, Lampung area    Woman's Ceremonial Skirt (tapis), 18th century (?)

Paminggir people Indonesia, South Sumatra, Lampung area Woman's Ceremonial Skirt (tapis), 18th century (?)

Tapis inuh (ceremonial sarong open for the display) Abung people. Lampung - Sumatra. Cotton - Silk - Golden threads - Sequins Embroidery - Couching - Applique

Tapis inuh (ceremonial sarong open for the display) Abung people.

A8483 Textile panel, part of tapis inuh, womens ceremonial skirt cloth, cotton, silk, sequins, Lampung region, Sumutra, 19th century - Powerhouse Museum Collection

A8483 Textile panel, part of tapis inuh, womens ceremonial skirt cloth, cotton, silk, sequins, Lampung region, Sumutra, 19th century - Powerhouse Museum Collection

Tapis embroidery is  form by two panel of striped handwoven and then hand embroidered. Tapis embroidery, as decor with metallic thread, so it is not the mettalic thread that sewn into the fabric, but it is the cotton thread that sewn in a particular shape and design which holds the metallic thread. This one called 'tapis abung', named after the use of several ornaments such as Lampung typical headdress or 'siger' - Lampung, Sumatera

Tapis embroidery is form by two panel of striped handwoven and then hand embroidered. Tapis embroidery, as decor with metallic thread, so it is not the mettalic thread that sewn into the fabric, but it is the cotton thread that sewn in a particular shape and design which holds the metallic thread. This one called 'tapis abung', named after the use of several ornaments such as Lampung typical headdress or 'siger' - Lampung, Sumatera

embroidered panel | tapis textile | lampung sumatra indonesia | wereldmuseum rotterdam

embroidered panel | tapis textile | lampung sumatra indonesia | wereldmuseum rotterdam

X  Paminggir  Indonesia, Sumatra, Lampung  Woman's Ceremonial Cloth (Tapis), 19th century. 132.1 x 117.5 cm (52 x 46.25 in.)

X Paminggir Indonesia, Sumatra, Lampung Woman's Ceremonial Cloth (Tapis), century.

Lampung Tapis with Gold

Lampung Tapis with Gold

Tapis Cucuk Andak Balak Kauer people ? Lampung - Sumatra Cotton - Silk - Mica Embroidery - Warp ikat - Applique of tiny mirrors (cermuk)

Lampung - Sumatra Cotton - Silk - Mica Embroidery - Warp ikat - Applique of tiny mirrors (cermuk)

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