Sumba Woven Cloth with 2 human motif
Where is Sumba? Sumba (Indonesian: Pulau Sumba) is an island in eastern Indonesia. It is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands and is in the province of East Nusa Tenggara.
Sumba woven cloth with 2 human motifs is considered to function as a repellent for evil and contains a magical meaning. Every human being needs recognition, attention, respect, and compassion from each other.
If the motif is in the form of a naked human, it symbolizes innocence, solitude, fear and poverty.
Size: 239×114 cm
Get this Sumba Woven Cloth with 2 Human motifs at Kaliuda Gallery, the best teak wood furniture supplier, and manufacturer that sells indoor and outdoor furniture providing home decor and antique primitive art at Denpasar, Bali- Indonesia. Ready stock and made by custom order for retail or wholesale. It can also be purchase online via our website.
1. Do not wash Sumba Ikat too often so that the color does not fade quickly and fade. Do not use detergent when washing, just dip it in water and it doesn’t take long.
2. When drying the Sumba Ikat cloth, do not expose it to sunlight, but it is enough to air it.
3. Sumba Ikat is no need to be ironed.
4. Do not wash with a washing machine, ordinary washing soap, or dry-cleaning. Put in plastic, or rolled, stored upright in a cabinet.