Woman's sarong with overall centre panel motifs, lawo luka. Mainly cotton thread with a little blue rayon. Chiefly indigo and morinda natural dyes. Classic samba motif derived from imported Indian patola cloths. Ikat 1995, woven 1997 by Mama Hara, Nggela III, who is one of the best producers of lawo luka samba in Nggela.
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