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Cloth Collection

    • Selendang Sulam Minang

      $ 70.37

      ∙ Hand Stitch Embroidery
      ∙ Material cotton silk with gold thread
      ∙ Circa 1960
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 55.7″ ( 141.5 cm )
      ∙ Width : 9.5″ ( 24 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

    • Selendang Embroi Minang

      $ 214.81

      ∙ Hand Stitch Embroidery
      ∙ Material cotton silk with gold thread
      ∙ Circa 1960
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 66.5″ ( 169 cm )
      ∙ Width : 16.7″ ( 42.5 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 6.3″ ( 16 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

      An exquisite beauty of a charming and complex work of art! This Selendang is a charming and rare hand-sewn embroidery of Minangkabau’s embroidery technique, Sulam Kapalo Samek.

      Kapalo Samek is one of the embroidery techniques from Koto Gadang, West Sumatra. This technique is developed in this region and heavily influenced by the Chinese embroidery technique, Peking Knot. This seed-stitch embroidery knot is developed throughout Asia from China. From Shandong province where it’s called Dazi, to Koto Gadang where it’s called Kapalo Samek. 

    • Tampan Lampung

      $ 103.70

      ∙ Ceremonial Textile (Tampan)
      ∙ From Lampung region of southern Sumatra
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1900
      ∙ Length : 15.7″ ( 40 cm )
      ∙ Width : 15.7″ ( 40 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

    • Tampan Lampung

      $ 140.74

      ∙ Ceremonial Textile (Tampan)
      ∙ From Lampung region of southern Sumatra
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1900
      ∙ Length : 19.7″ ( 50 cm )
      ∙ Width : 19.7″ ( 50 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

    • 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.

    • Selendang Embroidery Minang

      $ 288.89

      ∙ Hand Stitch Embroidery
      ∙ Material silk with gold thread
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 49.6″ ( 126 cm )
      ∙ Width : 17.9″ ( 45.5 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

      An exquisite beauty of a charming and complex work of art! This Selendang is a charming and rare hand-sewn embroidery of Minangkabau’s embroidery technique, Sulam Kapalo Samek.

      Kapalo Samek is one of the embroidery techniques from Koto Gadang, West Sumatra. This technique is developed in this region and heavily influenced by the Chinese embroidery technique, Peking Knot. This seed-stitch embroidery knot is developed throughout Asia from China. From Shandong province where it’s called Dazi, to Koto Gadang where it’s called Kapalo Samek. 

    • Kain Panjang Batik Palembang

      $ 177.78

      ∙ Hand Drawn Batik
      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Circa 1960
      ∙ Length : 95.3″ (242 cm)
      ∙ Width : 40.5″ (103 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

      Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Arab, Gujarat and India. These Gujarati and Indian merchants brought their textile with Patola motif that later on, adapted into the style of Indonesia’s traditional ikat and batik, including the one from Palembang. Meanwhile, when Islam took over Palembang, the Islamic values are also applied when it comes to the motifs.

      Such as in this fabric, the motif here is vaguely representing animals. There are birds, however, their feet and wings are merged with the flowers and roots. Unlike Peranakan batik where birds are made obvious. 

    • Selendang Embroidery Minang

      $ 259.26

      ∙ Hand Stitch Embroidery
      ∙ Material silk with gold thread
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 57″ ( 145 cm )
      ∙ Width : 17.3″ ( 44 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 9.4″ ( 24 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

      An exquisite beauty of a charming and complex work of art! This Selendang is a charming and rare hand-sewn embroidery of Minangkabau’s embroidery technique, Sulam Kapalo Samek.

      Kapalo Samek is one of the embroidery techniques from Koto Gadang, West Sumatra. This technique is developed in this region and heavily influenced by the Chinese embroidery technique, Peking Knot. This seed-stitch embroidery knot is developed throughout Asia from China. From Shandong province where it’s called Dazi, to Koto Gadang where it’s called Kapalo Samek. 

      Minang’s tradition is influenced by Chinese culture. This could be seen here from motifs like butterfly that becomes the symbol of love and the color red that represents happiness. Hopeful, charming, and meaningful, this selendang is used for wedding ceremony. 

    • Selendang Embroidery Minang

      $ 259.26

      ∙ Hand Stitch Embroidery
      ∙ Material silk with gold thread
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 56.7″ ( 144 cm )
      ∙ Width : 16.7″ ( 42.5 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 7.5″ ( 19 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

      An exquisite beauty of a charming and complex work of art! This Selendang is a charming and rare hand-sewn embroidery of Minangkabau’s embroidery technique, Sulam Kapalo Samek.

      Kapalo Samek is one of the embroidery techniques from Koto Gadang, West Sumatra. This technique is developed in this region and heavily influenced by the Chinese embroidery technique, Peking Knot. This seed-stitch embroidery knot is developed throughout Asia from China. From Shandong province where it’s called Dazi, to Koto Gadang where it’s called Kapalo Samek. 

    • Selendang Tie Dye Palembang Pelangi

      $ 259.26

      ∙ Jumputan Pelangi ( Rainbow ) From South Sumatra
      ∙ Material silk with gold thread
      ∙ Tie Dye Process
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 73″ ( 185.5 cm )
      ∙ Width : 35.8″ ( 91 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 1.6″ ( 4 cm )
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some hole and 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

      The elegant staple of Palembang comes in the staple material of old-time Palembang; silk. Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Gujarat. These Gujarati merchants brought their tie-dye knowledge to Palembang where later on, it has become a signature of Palembang textile. 

      Kain Pelangi or tie-dye in Palembang is indicated by the numbers of the main center. This is called Bintik Tujuh, an original tie-dye motif from Palembang. The colors are most probably obtained from Kecubung and Gambir flower that creates a mixture of deep purple.

    • Selendang Embroidery Minang

      $ 333.33

      ∙ Hand Stitch Embroidery
      ∙ Material silk with gold thread
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 58.8″ ( 149.5 cm )
      ∙ Width : 17.3″ ( 44 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 8.3″ ( 21 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

      An exquisite beauty of a charming and complex work of art! This Selendang is a charming and rare hand-sewn embroidery of Minangkabau’s embroidery technique, Sulam Kapalo Samek.

      Kapalo Samek is one of the embroidery techniques from Koto Gadang, West Sumatra. This technique is developed in this region and heavily influenced by the Chinese embroidery technique, Peking Knot. This seed-stitch embroidery knot is developed throughout Asia from China. From Shandong province where it’s called Dazi, to Koto Gadang where it’s called Kapalo Samek. 

    • Selendang Tie Dye Palembang Pelangi

      $ 259.26

      ∙ Jumputan Pelangi ( Rainbow ) From South Sumatra
      ∙ Material silk with gold thread
      ∙ Tie Dye Process
      ∙ Circa 1940
      ∙ Old Item, Do Not Wash
      ∙ Dry in Shade
      ∙ Length : 83.9″ ( 213 cm )
      ∙ Width : 33.8″ ( 86 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 1.9″ ( 5 cm )
      ∙ Antique Cloth products may have some hole and 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

      The elegant staple of Palembang comes in the staple material of old-time Palembang; silk. Today’s Palembang was where Srivijaya, an important Buddhist Kingdom in Southeast Asia, emerged. 

      Srivijaya’s school of Buddhism and how it’s located in Malaka Strait making Srivijaya a hub for merchants around the world, including Gujarat. These Gujarati merchants brought their tie-dye knowledge to Palembang where later on, it has become a signature of Palembang textile. 

      Kain Pelangi or tie-dye in Palembang is indicated by the numbers of the main center. This is called Bintik Tujuh, an original tie-dye motif from Palembang. The colors are most probably obtained from Kecubung and Gambir flower that creates a mixture of deep purple.

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