Indonesia ~ South Sumatra | Red cotton ceremonial didem with gilded ornaments. Worn by local Malays but is based on a Chinese wedding headdress. Such headdresses were referred to as Ba Xian by the Straits Chinese community on the Malaysian peninsular, on account of the Ba Xian (eight immortals) who are often depicted on such headdresses. | Late 19th century, Palembang | Sold
Batak photo postcard Woman Asada Sumatra Indonesia 20s
Sumatra, Indonesia | Portrait of an old Batak woman | Postcard image from the…
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Ceremonial Textile (Tampan) from Indonesia, Sumatra, Lampung, 19th century.
Royal women from Lampung, Southern Sumatra. Date unknown.
Minangkabau Songket. Silk with gold wrapped cotton threads. West Sumatra, Indonesia.
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Indonesia ~ West Sumatra, Minangkabau | Embellished velvet collar; gold foil, metal foil, silver gilt, velvet, cotton | 19th - early 20th century || Source: 'Gold Jewellery of the Indonesian Archipelago'; pg 293