monochromatic Indonesian cotton cloth. __ "After centuries of admiring and living with textiles imported from India, Indonesians incorporated Indian motifs into wares they produced at home. The block-printed piece shown here is the Toraja people's take on the tree of life." -Courtney Barnes/Style Court
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.
Skirt cloth, late C19th, Java | V Search the Collections
Old stamped batik in "ceplokan" pattern. Ceplokan is one of some geometrical form of batik. The pattern is repetitive in so many different design. One of the most ceplokan pattern is "kawung" - Solo, Central Java