TAMPAN

Ceremonial Cloth, South Sumatra, Indonesia, c. 1900
Technique: Cotton supplementary weft on cotton ground
Dimensions: 1′ 10 1/2 ” x 1′ 10″ (57 x 56 cm)

TAMPAN

Ceremonial Cloth, South Sumatra, 19th century
Technique: Supplementary weft, cotton
Dimensions: 2′ 1 1/2″ x 2′ 6 1/2″ (65 x 77 cm)

TAPIS

Ceremonial Skirt, Lampong District, Sumatra, 19th century
Technique: Silk embroidery on silk ground with small pieces of mica mounted on lead
Dimensions: 4′ 3″ x 3′ 10″ (130 x 117 cm)

PALEPAI

Ceremonial Cloth, Paminggir People, South Sumatra, Indonesia, 19th century
Technique: Supplementary weft, handspun silk and cotton in natural dyes and metallic yarns
Dimensions: 2′ x 10′ 1″ (61 x 307 cm)

SLENDANG

Lampung, Sumatra, 19th century
Technique: Weft ikat and brocade local silk and metallic yarns
Dimensions: 4′ 8″ x 2′ 5 1/2″ (143 x 75 cm)

TAPIS INUH PANEL

Ceremonial Garment, Sumatra, Indonesia, 18th century
Technique: Silk floss embroidery, mica and flat metal strips on cotton ground
Dimensions: 4′ x 8″ (122 x 20 cm), 4′ 3″ x 11″ (130 x 28 cm) mounted