A batik cushion cover (?), unsewn; worked on fine tabby cotton cloth (industrially made). A rectangular piece of cloth with almost identical imagery top and bottom; a garuda (bird) facing to the right (upper) and to the left (lower), framed on each side by a naga (snake) (on unwaxed side of cloth). Animals depicted in light brown and green (soga and indigo dyed?).
- Made in: Java
- Found/Acquired: Java
- Length: 53.5 centimetres
- Width: 28.5 centimetres
Dr Fiona Kerlogue, Horniman Museum, suggests this piece may be the work of a European.
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Object reference number: EAS15615
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