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Pedada-Rusaba–1900Pedada-Rusaba–1900,Lampung area, South Sumatra

Pedada-Rusaba–1900Pedada-Rusaba–1900,Lampung area, South Sumatra

Tampan / ceremonial cloth: Kalianda area, South Sumatra, Indonesia, 19th c.

Tampan / ceremonial cloth: Kalianda area, South Sumatra, Indonesia, 19th c.

Traditional Textiles Indonesia, indonesia, fabrics, clothes,textiles, tribal, Handwoven fabric, weavings, batik, sarong, ikat, sonket, sumatra, Lampung

Traditional Textiles Indonesia, indonesia, fabrics, clothes,textiles, tribal, Handwoven fabric, weavings, batik, sarong, ikat, sonket, sumatra, Lampung

Paminggir people Woman’s ceremonial skirt [tapis inu] 19th century Lampung south Sumatra Indonesia

Paminggir people Woman’s ceremonial skirt [tapis inu] 19th century Lampung south Sumatra Indonesia

Berry. H. Balinese & Ethnic Art Lover's Pinterest #muarabulian Image created at 474707616953439171 -

Berry. H. Balinese & Ethnic Art Lover's Pinterest #muarabulian Image created at 474707616953439171 -

Paminggir  Indonesia, South Sumatra, Lampung    Ceremonial Cloth (tampan), 19th C.     Cotton and gilt-paper-strip-wrapped linen, plain weave with supplementary patterning wefts.  94.1 x 90.8 cm (37 x 35 3/4 in.)

Paminggir Indonesia, South Sumatra, Lampung Ceremonial Cloth (tampan), 19th C. Cotton and gilt-paper-strip-wrapped linen, plain weave with supplementary patterning wefts. 94.1 x 90.8 cm (37 x 35 3/4 in.)

Antique Batik Calligraphy, Islamic  head cloth, Bengkulu, Sumatra.

Antique Batik Calligraphy, Islamic head cloth, Bengkulu, Sumatra.

Paminggir people Ceremonial textile [tampan] Lampung Sumatra Indonesia cotton, natural dyes

Paminggir people Ceremonial textile [tampan] Lampung Sumatra Indonesia cotton, natural dyes

Tampan ritual cloth. Late 19th C. Handspun cotton. This unusual sailing ship with large sails and birds has human passengers. Collection date: Mar 1977. (DT) South Sumatra, Indonesia Source : http://www.indonesiatravelingguide.com/sumatera-traditional-textiles/south-sumatra-textiles/

Tampan ritual cloth. Late 19th C. Handspun cotton. This unusual sailing ship with large sails and birds has human passengers. Collection date: Mar 1977. (DT) South Sumatra, Indonesia Source : http://www.indonesiatravelingguide.com/sumatera-traditional-textiles/south-sumatra-textiles/

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