∙ Hand Woven From Sumba
∙ Natural Color
∙ Cotton Fabric
∙ Do Not Wash
∙ Weight : 800 Gr
∙ Length : 76.4″ ( 194 cm )
∙ Width : 23.3″ ( 59 cm )
∙ Tassel : 2.4″ ( 6 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
From the eastern coast of Sumba Island, lies a knowledge to create a woven textile called Pahikung. Pahikung is a technique to weave on horizontal back tension looms that works with supplementary warps to decorate textiles with a boundless range of geometric and zoomorphic designs, many incorporating the rich iconography of Sumba Island. East Sumba is the only region in the entire Malay Archipelago where supplementary warp decoration has reached such a high degree of refinement!
Lau Pahikung or Pahikung Weaving, with such fine skill to weave, was restricted to wear by Maramba or those with nobility. However, todays, anyone could wear Pahikung without any restriction.
Exclusive from our discovery is Hinggi (Shoulder or Hip Wrappers) made by Umbo Lali, a legend that we were very honored to know!
Shipping & Info
For international shipping, we use FedEx and the cost would depend on weight based and the destination. Unfortunately, we can not ship to P.O Box for international shipping.
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Customers are responsible for all customs & duties associated with your own country. For detailed information, we recommend contacting your local customs office. We are legally required to declare the full value paid on all orders and must include the correct invoice for customs should they request this.