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    • Kain Panjang Batik Tuban

      $ 362.96

      ∙ Weaving Cotton Fabric Hand Drawn Motif
      ∙ Natural Color
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 114.2″ ( 290 cm )
      ∙ Width : 35.4″ ( 90 cm )
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Batik Tuban  is known for having colors that bridges life and death. White that indicates birth, blue and red for life, and black for death. This Batik Tuban comes in deep blue indigo dyed for so long that it absorbs every tint of the indigo leaf that it turns out black.

      This approach comes form Tuban’s agricultural life. This Kain Panjang or Jarit represents the visual of sawah, worn by women when they do fieldwork in sawah. With the main part of the fabric as the land (pelemahan) and the side tips as bamboo tips (Tumpal) that grow by the side of sawah. Phoenix from the Peranakan influence is seen here next to the Tumpal – making this Tuban batik a blend of Islam, Chinese, and Javanese.

    • Kain Panjang Motif Tiga Negeri

      $ 585.19

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Length : 98.5″ (250 cm)
      ∙ Width : 41.4″ (105 cm)
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Exquisitely stunning hand-drawn batik from tiga negeri (three states) which refers to the states or the cities where it was dyed. Dyed first in Lasem to get the red color, then Solo to get sogan or brown color, and last, Tuban, to get indigo blue color.

      In Solo this style of batik was popularized by Nyonya (Mrs) Tjoa Giok Tjiam in 1910.

       

    • Selendang Tenun Ikat Hand Spun From Biboki Timor

      $ 437.04

      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Natural Color
      ∙ Weight : 720 Gr
      ∙ Length : 73″ ( 184 cm )
      ∙ Width : 34.3″ ( 87 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 5.2″ ( 13 cm )
      ∙ Do Not Wash
      ∙ Antique cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Expressive and figurative, Ikat from West Timor is known for this signature. The many figurative motifs in West Timor Ikat come from the belief system and geographical area represented in the figurative icons of animals, humans, and totemic spirits.

      One of the villages in West Timor is Biboki, a village with Ikat textile blending figurative icons of local beliefs and patola-inspired designs. It is said that the first Biboki was created over 180 years ago by the wife of Neno Biboki ruler.

      This ikat from Biboki is handspun and dyed in Indigo and morinda plant.

       

       

       

    • Selendang Tenun Ikat Hand Spun From Biboki Timor

      $ 511.11

      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Natural Color
      ∙ Weight : 970 Gr
      ∙ Length : 74″ ( 186 cm )
      ∙ Width : 43.2″ ( 109.5 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 3.8″ ( 9.5 cm )
      ∙ Do Not Wash
      ∙ Antique cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Expressive and figurative, Ikat from West Timor is known for this signature. The many figurative motifs in West Timor Ikat come from the belief system and geographical area represented in the figurative icons of animals, humans, and totemic spirits.

      One of the villages in West Timor is Biboki, a village with Ikat textile blending figurative icons of local beliefs and patola-inspired designs. It is said that the first Biboki was created over 180 years ago by the wife of Neno Biboki ruler.

      This ikat from Biboki is handspun and dyed in Indigo and morinda plant.

       

       

       

    • Selendang Ikat Rote

      $ 629.63

      ∙ Cotton Fabric
      ∙ Weight : 670 Gr
      ∙ Length : 67.2″ ( 170.5 cm )
      ∙ Width : 33.7″ ( 85.5 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 4″ ( 10 cm )
      ∙ Do Not Wash
      ∙ Antique cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Rote, the first island in Dutch East Indies to be christianized, was the earliest to get formal education after the ruler of Thie was baptized and built a school in 1735. This christianisation was done without the iron fist of the Dutch making Rote riched with its culture.

      Rote’s ikat ornaments were identified by its wearers’ class, status, and origin. However, no ikat from Rote is the same. Each has its own individual motif. 

      With influence from Patola fabric, Rote’s ikat fabric has an interpretation of tumpal on each border. Dyed with indigo as the base color and turmeric as the yellow accents, this ikat selendang indicates nobility as yellow is restricted to the nobility only. 

       

       

       

       

    • Kain Ikat Kaliuda Sumba

      $ 659.26

      ∙ Cotton Blanket
      ∙ Weight : 940 Gr
      ∙ Length : 111.5″ ( 283 cm )
      ∙ Width : 47.3″ ( 120 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 2.6″ ( 6.5 cm )
      ∙ Do Not Wash
      ∙ Antique cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Sumba, mostly known for its ikat from the east part of the island. There are only two areas where ikat is made; West (Kodi) and East Sumba, as it is forbidden to make ikat in other areas due to Sumbanese beliefs that it could restrict the flow of We, an esoteric equivalent of rain flowing in the island, its fluid body. 

      This ikat fabric, Hinggi (men’s blanket) is decorated in horses and chickens, the native herds of Sumba. Dyed deeply in indigo and morinda, with the prominent red color.

       

       

       

    • Kain Ikat Kaliuda Sumba

      $ 888.89

      ∙ Cotton Blanket
      ∙  Weight : 770 Gr
      ∙ Length : 88.2″ ( 224 cm )
      ∙ Width : 42.6″ ( 108 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 5.9″ ( 15 cm )
      ∙ Do Not Wash
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Sumba, mostly known for its ikat from the east part of the island. There are only two areas where ikat is made; West (Kodi) and East Sumba, as it is forbidden to make ikat in other areas due to Sumbanese beliefs that it could restrict the flow of We, an esoteric equivalent of rain flowing in the island, its fluid body. 

      This ikat fabric, Hinggi (men’s blanket) is decorated in horses and chickens, the native herds of Sumba. Dyed deeply in indigo and morinda, with the prominent red color.

       

       

    • Blanket Ikat Kodi – West Sumba

      $ 1,111.11

      ∙ Cotton Blanket
      ∙ Natural Color
      ∙ Weight : 1.6 Kg
      ∙ Length : 118.2″ ( 300 cm )
      ∙ Width : 53″ ( 134.5 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 4.2″ ( 10.5 cm )
      ∙ Do Not Wash
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some minor defects
      ∙ Please  judge for the condition of the items by yourself, have a look at the large-size pictures
      ∙ You will receive the item as in the picture, they are in the condition as shown
      ∙ Non-returnable, non-exchangeable, and non-refundable

      Makete or ikat weaving (tenun ikat) is the special handmade beauty of Kodi village, West Sumba – as the other villages in Sumba are known for their crafty hands for Lambaleko or Songket weaving (tenun songke).

      This antique Makete is dyed with Kawaru plant, the native indigo plant of Sumba.

       

       

    • Indigo Dyed Cloth

      $ 44.44

      ∙ Cotton Shibori Fabric
      ∙ 100% Handmade with Natural Colors
      ∙ Length : 78.74″ (200 cm)
      ∙ Width : 61.8″ (157 cm)
      ∙ Hand Wash Cold Water
      ∙ Do Not Dry Clean
      ∙ Do Not Bleach
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Iron Low on Reverse Side

    • Indigo Dyed Cloth

      $ 44.44

      ∙ Cotton Shibori Fabric
      ∙ 100% Handmade with Natural Colors
      ∙ Length : 78.74″ (200 cm)
      ∙ Width : 61.8″ (157 cm)
      ∙ Hand Wash Cold Water
      ∙ Do Not Dry Clean
      ∙ Do Not Bleach
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Iron Low on Reverse Side

    • Indigo Dyed Cloth

      $ 51.85

      ∙ Cotton Shibori Fabric
      ∙ 100% Handmade with Natural Colors
      ∙ Length : 78.74″ (200 cm)
      ∙ Width : 61.8″ (157 cm)
      ∙ Hand Wash Cold Water
      ∙ Do Not Dry Clean
      ∙ Do Not Bleach
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Iron Low on Reverse Side

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