Cloth

Cloth

ITS–North Sulawesi is home to several ethnic groups including the Sangir, Talaud, Minahasa, Bolaang Mangondow, Gorontalo, and Bantik.The woman’s costume on this stamp belongs to the Minahasa ethnic group. The Minahasa women wear a long kebaya blouse with ...

ITS–East Kalimantan is home to several ethnic groups, each having their own traditional costumes. The woman’s costume depicted on the stamp belongs to the Kutai ethnic group. The women of Kutai wear a velvet kebaya blouse, and a ...

ITS–South Kalimantan is home to the Dayak and Banjar ethnic groups. The stamp depicts the costume of the Banjar women. The Banjar women wear a short-sleeved blouse, a batik wrapping and a gold waist belt with a large ...

ITS–Central Kalimantan is home to many Dayak sub-ethnic groups. All generally wear simple costume of the same type resembling that worn by other Dayaks cross the island. The Central Kalimantan women wear short-sleeved blouses called nyamo, and short ...

ITS–West Kalimantan is home to many Dayak sub-ethnic groups. They all generally wear simple costumes of the same type. The West Kalimantan women wear sleeveless blouses and short skirts. Formerly, both the blouse and skirt were made of ...

ITS–East Java is home to the Javanese, Madura, Tengger, and Osing ethnic groups, of which the Javanese hold the majority. The woman’s costume depicted on the stamp belongs to the Javanese. As with all Javanese women, those in ...

ITS–The Javanese women in Yogyakarta wear the kebaya blouse, a batik skirt wrapping, and a long stole with a batik motif. At the waist they wear a stagen skirt wrapping, which they subsequently cover with a tie-dye cloth. ...

ITS–Central Java is dominated by the Javanese ethnic group. Like all Javanese women, those in Central Java wear the kabaya blouse, a batik skirt wrapping, a stagen waist binding, and a stole, which also has a batik motif. ...

ITS–West Java is home to the Sunda, Badui, Banten, and Betawi ethnic groups, of which the Sundanese are the majority. The woman’s costume depicted on the stamp belongs to the Sundanese. The women of Sunda, like the people ...

ITS–The only natives to Jakarta are of the Betawi ethnic group. The woman’s costumes, called pakaian none, which includes a kebaya, a batik skirt wrapping, scarves of silk, and a waist belt . Under the blouse, they wear ...