From: Indonesia | Sulawesi

Curatorial Section: Oceanian

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Object Number 2015-12-26
Current Location Collections Storage
Provenience Indonesia | Sulawesi
Date Made est. 1960
Section Oceanian
Materials Cotton
Technique Warp Ikat

Hanging or shroud (pore lonjong). Two loom widths. Homespun cotton. Warp ikat. Used by the Toraja to hang at ceremonies, wrap the dead, serve as bridewealth exhange or trade with other groups.

Length 111.76 cm
Width 365.76 cm
Credit Line Gift of David W. and Barbara G. Fraser, 2015
Other Number 91-2 - Collector Number

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