Cotton ritual bebali cloth, sugih rendah, woven on a continuous warp, uncut. Multicoloured warp stripes. Two wide black stripes are flanked by groups of much narrower stripes of varying widths in yellow, blue, grey and browns. A wider band of warp stripes in similar widths and colours at the middle of the cloth. Weft is white cotton throughout.
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