The Toraja people of central Sulawesi value as sacred the cloths called mawa, which are stored as family treasures and brought out when needed to sanctify important rituals. This is a rare 19th century example, hand woven and hand painted.
The textile has been Museum Mounted and measures 86 x 34 inches.
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