KAIN IKAT FROM BALI GROUP, INDONESIA
- 043 NUSA PENIDA
Kain cepuk. Weft ikat. Early 20th c. Village unknown.
- 046 NUSA PENIDA
Kain cepuk. Weft ikat. Mid to late 19th c. Village unknown.
- 058 TENGANAN
Kamben geringsing, ritual shawl. Double ikat. Early 1900s. Tenganan Pegeringsingan, Bali Aga people.
- 059 TENGANAN
Kamben geringsing, ritual shawl. Double ikat. 1930. Tenganan Pegeringsingan, Bali Aga people.
- 060 TENGANAN
Kamben geringsing, ritual shawl. Double ikat. 19th c. Tenganan Pegeringsingan, Bali Aga people.
- 124 BALI
Kain cepuk. Weft ikat. Late 19th - early 20th c. Tabanan / Kerambitan area most likely.
- 129 NUSA PENIDA
Kain cepuk. Weft ikat. 1950 or before. Village unknown.
- 214 BALI
Kampuh (hip wrap). Warp ikat. 19th c. Buleleng, probably. .
- 250 BALI
Anteng (breast cloth). Weft ikat (endek) and songket. 19th to early 20th c. Buleleng Regency in northeast Bali, probably Singaraja. Note that the region is predominantly Muslim, not Hindu.
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As of this writing the best source of information on the textiles of Bali is Textiles in Bali by Hauser-Schäublin, Nabholz-Kartaschoff and Ramseyer - authoritative, very well illustrated, and likely to remain a classic. An excellent source specifically on kamben cepuk is Nabholz-Kartaschoff's contribution to To Speak With Cloth, A Sacred Cloth of Rangda, Kamben Cepuk of Bali and Nusa Penida.
Map of Bali
A detailed map of most (not all) of Bali by the US Army Map is found at the University of Texas:
Western and middle Bali
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