BORNEO Culture & Art

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Rafflesia arnoldii (corpse flower) the largest individual flower on earth. and smells like rotting flesh, therefore the nickname, corpse flower. Strange Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Unusual Plants, Rare Flowers, Exotic Plants, Amazing Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Giant Flowers, Weird Plants

Bunga Padma Raksasa (Rafflesia Arnoldii)

Bunga Padma Raksasa (Rafflesia Arnoldii) sebagai Puspa Langka Indonesia Raya dari Pulau Sumatera Source : Wikipedia.Org, www.parasiticplants.siu.edu, www.minangforum.com Padma raksasa (Rafflesia ar…

  Pattern Design, Border Pattern, Cross Stitch Borders, Crochet Cross, Ap Art, Pattern Library, Weaving Art, Celtic Designs, Borneo

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Bead panel from a baby carrier, Kenyah people. Borneo 20th century, 36 x 26 cm. Photograph by D Dunlop. From the pattern library of WikiMechanics.org.

Daniel Shaffer introduces an online exhibition and sale of Iban Dayak textiles from Borneo, collected during the and by the peripatetic tribal art collector/dealer Thomas Murray. Textile Pattern Design, Textile Patterns, Pattern Art, Colour Pattern, Indonesian Art, Rugs On Carpet, Carpets, Pua, Vintage Textiles

Antique Borneo Iban Dayak Textiles: Thomas Murray Online Sale – HALI

Daniel Shaffer introduces an online exhibition and sale of Iban Dayak textiles from Borneo, collected during the 1970s and 1980s by the peripatetic tribal art collector/dealer Thomas Murray.

Read [PDF] Books Textiles from Borneo: The Iban, Kantu, Ketungau, and Mualang Peoples Textiles, Rite Of Passage, Music Games, Textile Art, Textile Patterns, Tribal Art, Ebooks, Rug Ideas, Kindle

Textiles from Borneo: Iban, Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang Peoples

Textiles from Borneo: Iban, Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang Peoples [Amann, Heribert] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Textiles from Borneo: Iban, Kantu, Ketungau and Mualang Peoples

Rare Iban Dayak Mandau or Parang Ilang Sword - Michael Backman Ltd Borneo Rainforest, Indigenous Knowledge, Indonesian Art, Deer Horns, Knives And Swords, Katana, Rare Antique, Carving

Rare Iban Dayak Mandau or Parang Ilang Sword - Michael Backman Ltd

This machete-like mandau Dayak sword is notable for its excellent patina, and its unusual carved scabbard. It is an unusual excellent example that clearly dates to the nineteenth century. It is from the Dayak people and from the Iban sub-group, and most particularly from the Iban of the Saribas region of Sarawak on the Malaysian … Read more

Tribal masks a piece created on the island of Borneo located in Southeast Asia. they were used by the natives in their traditional Dayak harvest festivals. Vintage Crafts, Native Art, Borneo, Face Art, Handicraft, Nativity, Masks, Sculptures, Asian

Borneo Artifact

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Art that soothes the Soul 986 Old Beaded Dayak Baby Carrier from Borneo Antique Art, Antique Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Textile Design, Textile Art, Art Gallery, Motifs Animal, Tapestry Crochet, Vintage Textiles

986 Old Beaded Dayak Baby Carrier from Borneo

Old Dayak Baby Carrier Well drawn piece with superb motifs Animal claws and shell embellishments Estimated to be from the early-mid 1900s Batik Cotton Cloth used in the backing to make the seat comfortable for the baby. LITERATURE REFERENCE : Photographs of baby carriers being used in real life may be seen on pages 55-56 of the book titled "Borneo - A photographic Journey" by Dennis Lau 12 inches x 16 inches Save *** This item has spent a lifetime being used for the purpose of its…

‘Aso’ Ear Ornament of Carved Hornbill Casque (Beak), Kenyah/Kayan Dayak People, Sarawak, Borneo, early century - Michael Backman Ltd Aso, Weaving Patterns, Borneo, Metal Working, Folk Art, Objects, Carving, Ornaments, Statues

‘Aso’ Ear Ornament of Carved Hornbill Casque (Beak), Kenyah/Kayan Dayak People, Sarawak, Borneo, early 20th century - Michael Backman Ltd

Man’s Ear Ornament (Sabau) of Carved Hornbill Casque (Beak) Kenyah/Kayan Dayak People, Sarawak, Borneo early 20th century height: 5.5cm, length: 12cm, width: 4.5cm, weight: 33g This ear ornament carved from a single piece of hornbill casque or beak would have been worn in a man’s extended earlobe. Often such ornaments were worn singularly rather … Read more

Sarawakian ethnic Iban kids in traditional costumes for the Gawai Celebrations. Borneo, Cool Places To Visit, Ethnic, Cover Up, Sari, Kids, Children, Costumes, Traditional

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Borneo Basket AJAT Light Traveling Basket/Bag Ornate Fine Rattan Strand Plaitwork From Penan Tribe Borneo by BorneoHunters on Etsy Basket Weaving, Hand Weaving, Pine Needle Baskets, Vintage Baskets, Small Rings, Basket Bag, Borneo, Storage Baskets, Rattan

Borneo Basket AJAT Light Traveling Basket/Bag Ornate Fine 2mm Rattan Strand Plaitwork From Penan Tribe Borneo

This is a used older large Penan utilitarian drawstring basket made of fine 2mm wide rattan fiber strands and dyed with natural dyes made from Rattan fruit. The contrasting two part color scheme is artfully rich, with ornate patterns that are similar to those used on 'kain kebat', 'pua' and 'mat'. The rim of this light traveling basket consists of sixty small rings, plaited Turk's-head-style, each ten millimeter in diameter and made from one millimeter strand which is connected with the…

Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health Indigenous Art, Borneo, Being Used, Unique Art, Charmed, War, Culture, Amulets, Statue

Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward...

Amulets were used by the Ngaju and neighbouring Dayak peoples to ward off enemies, provide protection in war, and to bring good fortune and health, In times of illness and distress the shaman might...