A Fine 19th century pua kumbu , a traditional textile which was woven on back-strap looms by women. The decorative pattern is created by Ikat dying, a tie-dying process during which the individual threads are dyed before being woven. This is an exceptional example and quite large. The textile on Museum style mount measures 95 x 45 inches. A difficult piece to ship, please contact us for options.
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