Ikat Woven Fabric Timor

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Timor Indigo Ikat. Indonesia

Timor Indigo Ikat. Indonesia

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Ikat from Timor-Timur, Timor, Indonesia

Ikat from Timor-Timur, Timor, Indonesia

Ikat beti naik (blanket), East Timor, Indonesia, 1960

Ikat beti naik (blanket), East Timor, Indonesia, 1960

Ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia

Ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia

Ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia: Typical mau (man's cloth) from Amanuban. Central band of ikat done in hand spun yarn and natural dyes with four rows of birds that alternately touch wings or feet, executed in morinda red and belapit (morinda overdyed with indigo).

Ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia: Typical mau (man's cloth) from Amanuban. Central band of ikat done in hand spun yarn and natural dyes with four rows of birds that alternately touch wings or feet, executed in morinda red and belapit (morinda overdyed with indigo).

Ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia, 1930 - 1940.

Ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia, 1930 - 1940.

Timor Weavings As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, a series of three world textile exhibitions are on show there this autumn. Textiles of Timor, Island in the Woven Sea opens 7 September 2014 until 4 January 2015.

Timor Weavings As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, a series of three world textile exhibitions are on show there this autumn. Textiles of Timor, Island in the Woven Sea opens 7 September 2014 until 4 January 2015.

Ikat beti (blanket) from Amanuban, West Timor, Indonesia, ca. 1910.

Ikat beti (blanket) from Amanuban, West Timor, Indonesia, ca. 1910.

Warp Ikat from West Timor, Indonesia 1950

Warp Ikat from West Timor, Indonesia 1950


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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.

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.

Hinggi  Sumba. Indonesia  45"x 95"plus fringe.  Warp ikat. Cotton.  This ikat is dyed with the traditional indigo and kombu dyes.

Hinggi Sumba. Indonesia 45"x 95"plus fringe. Warp ikat. Cotton. This ikat is dyed with the traditional indigo and kombu dyes.

Sarong, Ikat from Savu, Savu Group, Indonesia, ca. 1950.

Sarong, Ikat from Savu, Savu Group, Indonesia, ca. 1950.

Indonesian Visual Cultures / Ceremonial Hanging (Porilonjong), Rongkong Toraja XIX century

Indonesian Visual Cultures / Ceremonial Hanging (Porilonjong), Rongkong Toraja XIX century

Handspun cotton ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia, 1950 - 1960.

Handspun cotton ikat from Timor-Barat, Timor, Indonesia, 1950 - 1960.

Selendang, Ikat from Bangka, Sumatra, Indonesia, Malay people.

Selendang, Ikat from Bangka, Sumatra, Indonesia, Malay people.

Ikat from Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia.  - "Average blue Sumba with a strong pattern, and decent weaving. This type of hinggi is typical of the kind worn by commoners, other colours being forbidden to them."

Ikat from Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia. - "Average blue Sumba with a strong pattern, and decent weaving. This type of hinggi is typical of the kind worn by commoners, other colours being forbidden to them."

Ikat from Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Ikat from Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Ikat cotton hinggi (blanket) from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia, 1940-1950.

Ikat cotton hinggi (blanket) from East Sumba, Sumba, Indonesia, 1940-1950.

Traditional Woven Ikat Cloth, Sumba, Indonesia

Traditional Woven Ikat Cloth, Sumba, Indonesia

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