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.
Ikat Sarung from Savu, Indonesia. Cotton, natural dyes (2009) - Threads of Life
Selendang, Ikat from Bangka, Sumatra, Indonesia, Malay people.
Ikat from Roti, Roti Group, Indonesia
Hinggi Man’s Wrap, detail. East Sumba, Indonesia
Pua kumbu, ritual cloth (detail) Indonesia, West Kalimantan, Kantu or Mualang people, 19th or early 20th century. The Textile Museum, Washington, DC. http://www.textilemuseum.org/
Seko mandi warp Ikat from the Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia
Warp Ikat Sarung from Flores, Indonesia. Cotton, Natural Dyes - Threads of Life
Ceremonial Textile (Tampan) [Piya, Wai Ratai, Lampung Bay, Lampung region, Sumatra, Indonesia] (1990.335.22) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Indonesian Pau kumbu - Warp Ikat Textile from Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia. 1930 - 1945.