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
(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/
Hinggi Man’s Wrap, detail. East Sumba, Indonesia
Ikat sarong from Savu, Savu Group, 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
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.