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    • Blanket Tenun Ikat Hand Spun Biboki Timor

      $ 370.37

      ∙ Cotton Hand Spun
      ∙ Weight : 600 Gr
      ∙ Length : 86.7″ ( 220 cm )
      ∙ Width : 19.8″ ( 50.3 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 5.2″ ( 13 cm )∙ Cotton Hand Spun
      ∙ 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

      Coming from the north region of Timor, from the ethnic group of Biboki, this sarong has a distinctive colors and motifs from the ethnic group.

      Biboki ethnic group has a distinctive motif called Buna with variations of Ikat technique based on the social class. Ordinary people would have two up to three Ikat, while the higher the class, the Ikat would go up to five.

      Colors also play an important role. In the tradition of Timor, Nuit (red) is the most highly valued, followed by Meton (blue-black).

    • Sarong Ikat Biboki Timor

      $ 400.00

      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Weight : 560 Gr
      ∙ Length : 51.2″ ( 130 cm )
      ∙ Width : 23″ ( 58.5 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

      Coming from the north region of Timor, from the ethnic group of Biboki, this sarong has a distinctive colors and motifs from the ethnic group. Biboki ethnic group has a distinctive motif called Buna with variations of Ikat technique based on the social class. Ordinary people would have two up to three Ikat, while the higher the class, the Ikat would go up to five.

      Colors also play an important role. In the tradition of Timor, Nuit (red) is the most highly valued, followed by Meton (blue-black).

    • Sarong Ikat Biboki Timor

      $ 400.00

      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Weight : 650 Gr
      ∙ Length : 50″ ( 128 cm )
      ∙ Width : 25.6″ ( 65 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

      Coming from the north region of Timor, from the ethnic group of Biboki, this sarong has a distinctive colors and motifs from the ethnic group. Biboki ethnic group has a distinctive motif called Buna with variations of Ikat technique based on the social class. Ordinary people would have two up to three Ikat, while the higher the class, the Ikat would go up to five.

      Colors also play an important role. In the tradition of Timor, Nuit (red) is the most highly valued, followed by Meton (blue-black).

    • Sarong Ikat Biboki Timor

      $ 733.33

      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Weight : 710 Gr
      ∙ Length : 60″ ( 151 cm )
      ∙ Width : 24″ ( 61 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

      Coming from the north region of Timor, from the ethnic group of Biboki, this sarong has a distinctive colors and motifs from the ethnic group.Biboki ethnic group has a distinctive motif called Buna with variations of Ikat technique based on the social class. Ordinary people would have two up to three Ikat, while the higher the class, the Ikat would go up to five.

      Colors also play an important role. In the tradition of Timor, Nuit (red) is the most highly valued, followed by Meton (blue-black).

    • 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

       

       

       

    • 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

       

       

       

    • Blanket Tenun Ikat Manlea From Timor

      $ 1,333.33

      ∙ Cotton Hand Spun
      ∙Weight : 1.1 Kg
      ∙ Length : 90.5″ ( 230 cm )
      ∙ Width : 40″ ( 101.5 cm )
      ∙ Tassel : 3.2″ ( 8 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

      Timor island, now divided into Timor Leste and West Timor is a rugged dry island. West Timor area is now on the area of Indonesia. This rugged area is also a mountainous region with Gunung Mutis as the highest peak.

      Manulea, a village in West Timor, has several ethnic groups that live in – one of them is Atoin Meto. Atoin Meto from Manulea is known for the very fine accents in their ikat weaving.

      This fabric has two main ikat bands filled with numerous fine dots, the motifs and the form of this fabric could be Bete Krao or men’s wrap from Manulea. Manulea’s men’s wrap is highly prized for its highly and unusually detailed ikat motifs.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    • Sarong Ikat Embroi Timor

      $ 1,407.41

      ∙ Material Cotton
      ∙ Weight : 820 Gr
      ∙ Length : 62″ ( 157.5 cm )
      ∙ Width : 23.3″ ( 59 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

      Coming from Timor, this sarong is called Tais – meaning woman’s skirt, usually worn in dance performance or ceremony. 

      In Timor island, horse is a prominent feature of Timorese life. However, this design is not still considered as Fasi (or foreign art) as it is not alluded in the earliest ancestral legends. Nevertheless, horse has been an important part of textile iconography of Timor in the last century. Be it a man standing on a horseback or rows of horses. 

      This Tais is made native of Embroi ethnic group in Timor.

    • 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.

       

       

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