Kain Nusantara

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beautiful batik... so time consuming

beautiful batik... so time consuming

Singa - Mythical creatures of the Indonesian Batak people who live in the mountains in Sumatra.

Singa - Mythical creatures of the Indonesian Batak people who live in the mountains in Sumatra.

Handwoven Batik Cotton , Hmong  Vintage textiles and fabric- table runner from Thailand

Handwoven Batik Cotton , Hmong Vintage textiles and fabric- table runner from Thailand

(Sarita) Date: 19th–early 20th century Geography: Indonesia, Sulawesi Culture: Toraja Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 192 x W. 10 1/4 in. (487.7 x 26 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

(Sarita) Date: 19th–early 20th century Geography: Indonesia, Sulawesi Culture: Toraja Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 192 x W. 10 1/4 in. (487.7 x 26 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

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/

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/

Hinggi Man’s Wrap, detail.  East Sumba, Indonesia

Hinggi Man’s Wrap, detail. East Sumba, Indonesia

Ikat sarong from Savu, Savu Group, Indonesia

Ikat sarong from Savu, Savu Group, Indonesia

Warp Ikat Sarung from Flores, Indonesia. Cotton, Natural Dyes - Threads of Life

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

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

Solo ( now named Surakarta) was one of the two sultanates, with all the traditions and customs of their courts, and the center of Hindu-Javanese culture.The 'kain panjang' means 'long cloth'. It is a piece of cloth of approximately one by two and a half metre. It is used as the sarong, but the kain panjang is regarded as being more formal.

Solo ( now named Surakarta) was one of the two sultanates, with all the traditions and customs of their courts, and the center of Hindu-Javanese culture.The 'kain panjang' means 'long cloth'. It is a piece of cloth of approximately one by two and a half metre. It is used as the sarong, but the kain panjang is regarded as being more formal.

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