Small, rectangular blue-black (indigo), red (mengkudu) and natural ecru cotton cloth with twisted warp fringe at one end. The primary design element, created by the double ikat technique, is of repeating stylized floral motifs.
Purchased by MFA through Dr. Coomaraswamy on April 7, 1921 Transferred from the Department of Asiatic Art
Marianne Brimmer Fund
Indonesian (Balinese), Dutch colonial rule, late 19th to early 20th century