Image: Indonesian Textile E66095A

Indonesian Textile E66095A

This traditional Ikat Adat is an uncut length of cloth and was taken straight off the loom. This cloth was made by the Manggarai people of West Flores in 1970-1972, and the design of peacocks and flowers shows a strong Chinese influence.

Photographer:
Luisa Garfoot
Rights:
© Australian Museum

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