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Vintage Balinese textile: supplementary weft saput.

Sungkit (supplementary weft weaving) from Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia

part of a Balinese geringsing double ikat textile, motif Candi

Balinese tie dye silk antique textile, known as Pelangi, which means rainbow in Indonesian.

Close up section of a jembatan pengantin also known as a bride's bridge. Old silk ikat weaving with gold supplementary weft songket. The entire textile is more than 2.5 meters long and hard to photograph.

Ceremonial Textile (Sarita) | Indonesia, Sulawesi, 19th - early 20th century

#kamasan painting on cotton. These Balinese Hindu textiles called Langse are hung in temples or royal pavillions, and depict religious narratives. #Bali #kamasan

Luxury Cloth: Cushion Cover, 16th-17th century. Kongo peoples; Kongo Kingdom. Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford (1886.1.254.1).| This work is featured in our “Kongo: Power and Majesty” exhibition on view through January 3, 2016 #KongoPower

Ceremonial Textile (Sarita), Toraja culture, Indonesia, Sulawesi.