Inventory #ME11-6217


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A late 19th century lawon, a ceremonial presentation scarf worn by a married woman. This multi-colored silk cloth was resist dyed in a process called plangi or pelangi, literally meaning, “rainbow”. From Sumatra, Indonesia.




83" long x 33¼" wide

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