Indonesia | Rare Pair of Gold Cuff Bracelets (Tigero Tedong) | Bugis People, South Sulawesi | 19th century | Price on request.

Indonesia | Rare Pair of Gold Cuff Bracelets (Tigero Tedong) | Bugis People, South Sulawesi | 19th century | Price on request.

Pandhi Andaga, Javanese vs Buginese Warrior

This looks to me like a fighting part in a classical Javanese dance, Wajang Wong perhaps. Previous pinner identifies this as Indonesia Martial Arts - Pencak Silat

Toraja girl in traditional dress- North Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Toraja girl in traditional dress- North Toraja, Sulawesi, Indonesia Flirck

Indonesian Muslim Hat, fiber, gold wire, and gold ribbon. Culture: Bugis. Origin: South Sulawesi. 18-19th C. The repeated pattern along its side could be a word in stylized Islamic calligraphy.

Indonesian Muslim Hat, fiber, gold wire, and gold ribbon. The repeated pattern along its side could be a word in stylized Islamic calligraphy.

SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA A Buginese man holds a hammer as he starting to work to install a wooden block in the hull of a phinisi at Tanjung Bira Beach on May 2 in Bulukumba. Phinisi, a masterpiece of traditional Bugis-Makassar design, is a traditional wooden two-masted sailing ship, well-known as traditional sea transportation amongst the Buginese people for many centuries.

An Indonesian man working on building a 'Phinisi', Indonesian craft sailing vessel built exclusively with wood.

Budaya Manusia Bugis - Mekar Barisan Muda Wajo

Budaya Manusia Bugis - Mekar Barisan Muda Wajo

Indonesia ~ South Sulawesi ~ Bugis | Necklace with Crescents and Fish; gold | 19th century ||| Source; http://issuu.com/edmbooks/docs/preview_gold_jewellery

Necklace with Crescents and Fish South Sulawesi, Bug, century Gold, L 40 cm. Similar chain necklaces with multiple elements were also manufactured in West Sumatra and Aceh, where the last royal dynasty was of Buginese heritage.

Kipas dance, Bugis People,  Sulawesi Selatan Province, Indonesia.

Kipas dance, Bugis People, Sulawesi Selatan Province, Indonesia.

A Buginese man holds a hammer as he starting to work to install a wooden block in the hull of phinisi at Tanjung Bira Beach on May 2, 2014 in Bulukumba, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Phinisi, a masterpiece of traditional Bugis-Makassar design, is a traditional wooden two-masted sailing ship, well-known as traditional sea transportation amongst the buginese people for many centuries.

An Indonesian man working on building a 'Phinisi', Indonesian craft sailing vessel built exclusively with wood.

Bugis language is a language spoken by people in South Sulawesi. In addition, this language is also spoken in other areas in between provinces in Sulawesi besides South Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Maluku, Papua, Sumatra, and also in Sabah, Malaysia. According to the 1991 census of this language is spoken by approximately 3.5 million people.

Local languages in Indonesia are vanishing. Republika Online reported that there exist 726 local languages in Indonesia.

Phinisi Vessel is a traditional vessel from Bugis Tribe,South Sulawesi, Indonesia having two main masts and seven sails (three are on the edge of front part, two are on the front part, and the rest two are on back part). In its history, Bugis sailormen sail with Phinisi to Madagascar Island, Africa in 2nd and 4th Century A.D. The uniqueness of this vessel is from its constructing method which is different with other vessels. (various sources / picture:boatbuildingindonesia.com)

Phinisi Traditional Boats – Phinisi and Palari History of Buginese Konjos Tribe

.:. Ada Pappaseng - Resopa Temmangingi Malomo Naletei Pammase Dewata .:.: Aksara Lontara

.:. Ada Pappaseng - Resopa Temmangingi Malomo Naletei Pammase Dewata .:.: Aksara Lontara

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