A Batik sarong made of very finely woven cotton.The island of Cirebon has a large indigenous Chinese population and its batiks feature Chinese cloud designs. This example has eight colors and is meticulously executed.
Bali's Tenganan village is the only place today still producing the complex weaving & dying technique know as double ikat. The entire process takes 7 years to produce one piece. Each specific design has a story or cultural meaning.
Vintage Indigo IKat from Sumba Indonesia. This vintage Ikat, woven, with stylized birds and animals has been dyed with a natural deep indigo ,finished with a fringe on both ends, making it a stunning piece to hang on any wall.