Timor Sash (Pilu Saluf)

This timor sash, or┬ápilu saluf, was likely woven by Atoni or Dawan people in Timur as part of a warrior’s ceremonial clothing. Both ends of the sash terminate in ribbons of tapestry called naisa in the Dawan language, which were produced using the kelim tapestry weaving technique. This sash is decorated with red, black, and yellow geometric patterns.

Circa: 19th century

Origin: Indonesia

Material: Cotton

Condition: Good

Dimensions: 63" x 3.5"

Inventory number: TX4480



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