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Buna Amanuban in "bete" form, detailed. "Bete", were devoted to wear by a man. Here's shown the detail of the buna, which is more likely an embroidery, though buna were actually made with supplementary weft method. A very peculiar geometrical pattern shown above, probably depict frog or lizard - Amanuban sub-district, Timor tengah selatan, NTT

Buna Amanuban in "bete" form, detailed. "Bete", were devoted to wear by a man. Here's shown the detail of the buna, which is more likely an embroidery, though buna were actually made with supplementary weft method. A very peculiar geometrical pattern shown above, probably depict frog or lizard - Amanuban sub-district, Timor tengah selatan, NTT

Ikat Sumba "hinggi" in "tau" pattern. Named after the use of most important pattern, which is human or 'tau' ornaments in a woman figure ('rambu', a citation for Sumbanese women) which is mark depicted without a man's genital organ. This fabric is quite rare, because it's decorated not only with ikat, but also supplementary warp panel in both left and right side of the ikat section, which also woven in tau (a human figure) ornaments. Probably made in Kanatang, East Sumba - NTT

Ikat Sumba "hinggi" in "tau" pattern. Named after the use of most important pattern, which is human or 'tau' ornaments in a woman figure ('rambu', a citation for Sumbanese women) which is mark depicted without a man's genital organ. This fabric is quite rare, because it's decorated not only with ikat, but also supplementary warp panel in both left and right side of the ikat section, which also woven in tau (a human figure) ornaments. Probably made in Kanatang, East Sumba - NTT

Named Ayotupas, because it is made in the village with the same name. Done in unique 'Atoni Naek' (Atoni naek : Almighty God) pattern (a representation of 'Bei Nai', an ancestors in 'Halaika' belief) which symbolize as a crocs or 'Besimnasi' in timorese language. Atoni metta, or Timorese people have faith that their ancestors are coming in a form of crocodile. From Ayotupas village, Amanatun sub district, Timor tengah selatan - East nusa tenggara

Ayutopas handwoven is another kind of sotis, well-known weaving technique from…

No region better exemplifies Sumba handwoven than Kaliuda..Kaliuda handwoven are very typical..done in a rows of red and black stripes contain a typical pattern such a horse rider, chicken and doves..done with natural dyes, from Kaliuda - East Sumba

No region better exemplifies Sumba handwoven than Kaliuda.Kaliuda handwoven are very typical.done in a rows of red and black stripes contain a typical pattern such a horse rider, chicken and doves.done with natural dyes, from Kaliuda - East Sumba

Hinggi kombu from Sumba..my Sumbanese ikat collection in red color (kain kombu, named after the use of 'akar kombu' or noni tree root to produce the red color from natural coloring agent). Its pattern/fabric name from left : "Hinggi patola bunga", "Hinggi tau", "Hinggi kaliuda"

Hinggi kombu from Sumba.my Sumbanese ikat collection in red color (kain kombu…

Andung - a souvenir rack from warland. It was a hundred years ago when Sumba people still practicing a war, they brings the enemies head and hang them on a tree-like rack in front of their village, some kind of souvenir for their victory. But now, andung remains a myth and become one of sacred pattern on Sumba ikat. From Rende - East Sumba

Andung - a souvenir rack from warland. It was a hundred years ago when Sumba people still practicing a war, they brings the enemies head and hang them on a tree-like rack in front of their village, some kind of souvenir for their victory. But now, andung remains a myth and become one of sacred pattern on Sumba ikat. From Rende - East Sumba

Ikat weaving skill spreads all over Indonesia from the most west to the most east, but NTT contribute the biggest number of both variety and weaving technique. Sikka lies on Flores island and known for their skill of makin a good and attractive ikat sarong, or locally called 'utang'. Sikka ikat been influenced by so many types of pattern, including Dutch. But this one stands for its uncommon pattern of "Garuda Pancasila" as the main motifs. From sikka - Maumere - NTT

Ikat weaving skill spreads all over Indonesia from the most west to the most east, but NTT contribute the biggest number of both variety and weaving technique. Sikka lies on Flores island and known for their skill of makin a good and attractive ikat sarong, or locally called 'utang'. Sikka ikat been influenced by so many types of pattern, including Dutch. But this one stands for its uncommon pattern of "Garuda Pancasila" as the main motifs. From sikka - Maumere - NTT

Ei worapi classified as non ceremonial sarong that quite much influenced by European floral design as the main pattern. Shown above, both of the wide black panels (medi ae) and narrow black panels (ro'a) of this sarong made out of handspun yarn in very dark indigo. Probably made by hubi iki moiety (refers to the existence of lighter indigo bands near the joint seams on the center of this sarong). From Savu - East Nusa Tenggara

Ei worapi classified as non ceremonial sarong that quite much influenced by European floral design as the main pattern. Shown above, both of the wide black panels (medi ae) and narrow black panels (ro'a) of this sarong made out of handspun yarn in very dark indigo. Probably made by hubi iki moiety (refers to the existence of lighter indigo bands near the joint seams on the center of this sarong). From Savu - East Nusa Tenggara

Quite old ei worapi or non ceremonial sarong from Savu in faded morinda and indigo. Still, influenced by European floral design for the main pattern but executed on morinda background instead of dark indigo. Both of medi ae and ro'a bands done in light indigo (or maybe darker indigo but already faded). The "bunga wurumada" stitches has already tear off of the sarong and only left a little part remain. From Savu - East Nusa Tenggara

Quite old ei worapi or non ceremonial sarong from Savu in faded morinda and indigo. Still, influenced by European floral design for the main pattern but executed on morinda background instead of dark indigo. Both of medi ae and ro'a bands done in light indigo (or maybe darker indigo but already faded). The "bunga wurumada" stitches has already tear off of the sarong and only left a little part remain. From Savu - East Nusa Tenggara

Another contemporary piece or "free motif" from Maumere that clearly showing the influence of European design. Locally named "utang kelang ruha" or sarong with reindeer pattern that categorically adopt an European flower bouquet composition. Despite executed in bold yet oversized pattern and unusual striking color, this sarong still done in a pretty sight. From Sikka village - Maumere district - East Nusa Tenggara

Another contemporary piece or "free motif" from Maumere that clearly showing the influence of European design. Locally named "utang kelang ruha" or sarong with reindeer pattern that categorically adopt an European flower bouquet composition. Despite executed in bold yet oversized pattern and unusual striking color, this sarong still done in a pretty sight. From Sikka village - Maumere district - East Nusa Tenggara

Hi'i worapi or non ceremonial men's wrap/shawl consist in three rows of main pattern, fill with branching flower motifs in asymetrical direction while the border unusually ended with knotted fringe instead of being twisted and completed with fine end stitching alongside the warp. Made out of handspun with natural dyes, an excelent old piece from Savu / Sabu - East Nusa Tenggara

Hi'i worapi or non ceremonial men's wrap/shawl consist in three rows of main pattern, fill with branching flower motifs in asymetrical direction while the border unusually ended with knotted fringe instead of being twisted and completed with fine end stitching alongside the warp. Made out of handspun with natural dyes, an excelent old piece from Savu / Sabu - East Nusa Tenggara

Hinggi or men's wrap from Sumba in "mahang" pattern, a depiction of a climbing lion protecting the crown which clearly inspired by Dutch coat of arms. The use of Dutch traditional design on sumba textile signaling that the textile was meant to be worn by a highest class of nobleman or "maramba". Done in very neat and dense weaving with 4 color including red, blue and black made out of natural dyes. Original pattern was derived from Rende, but this textile made in Mauliru - Sumba.

Hinggi or men's wrap from Sumba in "mahang" pattern, a depiction of a climbing lion protecting the crown which clearly inspired by Dutch coat of arms. The use of Dutch traditional design on sumba textile signaling that the textile was meant to be worn by a highest class of nobleman or "maramba". Done in very neat and dense weaving with 4 color including red, blue and black made out of natural dyes. Original pattern was derived from Rende, but this textile made in Mauliru - Sumba.

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