Rectangular tabby woven cotton hanging with batik decoration in pink, red and blue-black. The textile has a selvedge along one of the longer sides. The other sides have loose fringes of varying widths. The decoration consists of a rectangular panel showing three women standing on the left. Each is carrying either a pot or a bundle on her head. The one closest to the seated woman on the right is carrying a smaller container in her hand. The seated woman is pounding/stirring food in a pot. All wearing striped and dotted headcloths and skirtcloths. In the background is a row of 4 huts. The resist has been used to create ground and outlines.
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